Today I learned about something interesting that can cause confusion when checking if a book is a duplicate or not. What can happen is that in some countries publishers will print out an initial run of books, and then go back and print another, potentially with changes. This can make it a new edition as opposed to a duplicate. This was something I ran into while processing the gift books. Also worth mentioning as an aside, given the emphasis placed on technology in the modern world, today for the first time utilized the overhead scanner. Besides this, I am excited to start figuring out how I want to design the poster on the 5th floor. Right now my plan for the topic is science-fiction literature-this is inspired by the topic of the conference I was going to present at before it was cancelled. Overall the internship is going very well and my advisor has been very supportive of my growth in the field beyond the internship and IU, he has taken a interest in both my endeavor to participate in the ASEEES Midwest Regional Conference, which was supposed to be held in Columbus this year, a summer workshop program at UIUC, and my upcoming attempt to get an article published in a scholarly journal. This has been such an amazing experience.