Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Welcome (Again), Ryland!

I am happy to announce that effective November 5 Ryland Ianelli will start as the Manton Digital Production Technician. Ryland has been a member of Preservation Services since October 2011 when he was hired to work on the U. S. Congressional Serial Set Project and various digital production projects. In the last year Ryland has worked on Occom Circle, Photographic Files, and produced optical character recognition (OCR) text for the forthcoming Japanese Press Translation Project.

Ryland has a Master of Fine Arts in Cartooning from the Center for Cartoon Studies and a Bachelor's degree in Art History from Reed College. Prior to coming to Dartmouth he had several years of experience working as a Collection Assistant in the Reed College Visual Resources Collection.

The digital production technician is a two-year temporary position in the Digital Production Unit of Preservation Services funded by the Manton Endowment Reserve. I’m delighted to have Ryland full time in the Production Unit.

Bill Ghezzi
Interim Digital Production Manager

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