From the Yale Daily News:
Library staff knew Yale would bring a new University librarian to campus this academic year, but some were surprised to find their own roles in the library changed.
For the first time in over 10 years, the library is undergoing a major reorganization of personnel in an effort to centralize library services. Since August, the responsibilities of about a dozen librarians have increased, while another dozen now report to different managers, University librarian Susan Gibbons said. The restructuring will fill vacant positions left empty during the economic downturn, and add new jobs the library now needs, such as a chief technology officer.
The University library employs more than 500 staff.
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