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Another New Preservation Blog

Preservation Services at Dartmouth College is back up and running.

We’re Back!
Hello and Welcome to the new and improved Preservation Services Blog at Dartmouth College! We are hoping to shed some light into our world known as Preservation and invite you to follow our blog to keep in touch with all our happenings within. How, you might ask, are we going to do that?

Well, first of all, we’ll be updating once a week (every Tuesday) and as the newly appointed Blog Wrangler, I’ll be your host.

Second, there will be guest bloggers including Helen Bailey, Deborah Howe, and Barb Sagraves, just to name a few. They’ll be covering a wide variety of topics including special conservation projects, trips to conferences, special articles and reports about preservation, the wild world of digital preservation, the Dartmouth College Book Arts Program, disaster response and so much more.

And third, we want to keep you informed about what we’re doing to protect the past, preserve the present and prevent potential pitfalls in the future.

So come on back every Tuesday for something new and exciting.

Written by Beth Hetland

Welcome back to the blogosphere Dartmouth!


One Response

  1. Thanks for the warm welcome back wishes!

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