Tracey Dugdale, Preservation Assistant, has accepted the position of Electronic Resources Specialist in Acquisitions Services effective Sept. 15. Even though her new workstation in Acquisitions is less than 50 ft. from her desk in Preservation we will feel the loss of her special skills.
Tracey can get anything done -- and if she can't she knows who can! She serves as our blog wrangler and keeps the blog, Preservation, and Book Arts web pages up to date. She handles commercial binding for Baker Berry Library and processes the binding for other libraries. She hires and trains our students to do book repair and shelf prep. You can visit the Preservation Assistant position posting to get an idea of all the responsibilities.
It is a pleasure to work with Tracey and I am delighted that Dartmouth College Library is not losing her.
Best wishes Tracey!