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Department of Special Collections and University Archives
The Reference Desk is moved to the Main Level hallway.
The Library begins it's search for an offsite storage site.
Francine Fisk becomes the Associate Dean of the Library.
The Bob McCormack Photographic Studio Archive and Camera Collection are acquired by Special Collections.
The Harriet Barclay papers addendum is acquired.
The Library gains the Hardesty Remote Storage Facility, and begins to move overflow storage there.
The Library opens its new offsite storage facility.
The Library celebrates the unveiling of the new Pauline M. Walter Academic Technology Labs, the Cort & Martha Dietler Cafe, the Greg Gray Commons, the Francis O'Hornett Grand Foyer, the Ann Be Graves Faculty Study, as well as the redecorated Student Study, and the former North and South Labs being returned to their original purpose as student reading rooms.
Charles Brooks served as OLA president while a TU librarian.
The library's website is merged into the University Content Management System.
The Rupert Hart Davis library cataloging project is completed (substantial completion occurred earlier in the year and the cataloging department moved onto other projects)
The Special Collections' website is merged into the University Content Management System.
The Library purchases a vehicle for transport between the main building and the offsite storage facility.
Arkansas Basin Development Association, 2010 addendum is acquired.
Charles Brooks received the OLA Meritorious Service Award.
The historical Collegians are digitized and put online.