This 2:53 video features Alan Jutzi discussing his work as the chief curator of rare books at the Huntington Library. It’s one of five videos comprising “Behind the Scenes: Staff and Researchers at the Huntington Library,” which gives visitors a peek into the inner workings of a library that is normally off public view. The videos focus on day-to-day processes—and personalities—of a conservator, curator, archivist, page, and “reader” (the Huntington’s term for a scholar/researcher). Visitors to the Huntington can view them on iPads in “The Library Today,” an education display in a room adjacent to main exhibit, “Remarkable Works, Remarkable Times.” Yes, it’s missing an educator but it does help explain the work of some of the people at a research library. Is this something that would help the public, donors, and supporters better understand the work you do? You’ll find more details about the videos in Jennifer Watts’ post on the Huntington blog.