The Library welcomes Telka Duxbury

Theresa Bell

The Library is very pleased to welcome Telka Duxbury as the new Writing Centre Associate. Telka is currently working on her MA in English literature at the University of Victoria, and she has a particular research interest in how levels of digital representation, especially digital exhibits, affect access to primary resources in special collections libraries. Telka is also a tutor and learning strategist at the Resource Centre for Students with Disabilities at UVic, where she provides one-on-one support to students.

Telka will be in the Writing Centre from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday-Friday, and 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Saturdays, and if you see her on campus, please help us to make her feel welcome her by introducing yourself. You could also ask her about some of her interests, which include hiking and reading books (especially short stories), her cat (Princess Margaret, who was named after a fictional Victorian socialite known for her ruthless sense of entitlement and devastating bouts of hysteria), or her necessities in life, which include the Oxford English Dictionary and cheesecake. If you'd like to reach Telka directly, her extension is 4546. 

Welcome Telka!