Andrew Hart, head of the University Libraries’ preservation department, has been selected by the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (ALCTS) as one of two 2018 ALCTS Honors recipients.
The ALCTS Board of Directors gives ALCTS Honors for outstanding contributions to the organization, stellar dedication to service, uncompromising commitment to excellence, willingness to accept challenges and a sustained and exemplary record of moving ALCTS forward.
Hart has been active in ALCTS since 1994. He has held three elected offices, including Division Councilor, 2014-2017. He has served on the editorial board for the association’s journal, Library Resources and Technical Services, and has chaired five committees and award juries, as well as serving on a variety of others as a member.
“The 2018 recipients of the ALCTS Honors awards represent the outstanding culture of service within ALCTS,” said ALCTS President Mary Beth Thomson. “Over the years, [they] have given freely of their time, energy, and expertise. I thank them for their commitment to ALCTS and their tireless work to support and improve the Association.”
The award was presented June 23 at the ALCTS Awards Ceremony during the 2018 American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference and Exhibition in New Orleans.