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Nina Bishop

Library Assistant for Reader Services

Nina is a library assistant at the BFI Reuben Library. She started her career in libraries at the Public Health Laboratory in Colindale before moving in 2000 to the BFI, in the role of Library Secretary, becoming a member of the Reader Services team as a library assistant in 2011.  

Nina enjoys helping library patrons with research enquiries, providing assistance with usage of our scanning equipment, and introducing students on study visits to research skills. Behind the scenes she is a member of the team dealing with our very busy advance request service as well as usual library duties relating to stock management, and continues to use her secretarial skills ordering supplies and raising invoices for the library. 

Her next ambition is to find a suitable course which will consolidate library theory and her experience from working in libraries into a professional qualification.

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