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Between the Lines: April Member Spotlight

Between the Lines: Member Spotlight, TLA News

Dennis Quinn Director of Library Services Cozby Library and Community Commons (City of Coppell, TX)     What inspired you to become a librarian? Seeing the library as a playground for the mind, and a hub of connection, and the great things that can come from both. I don’t think I fully realized that until […]

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Texas Library Association Elects New Executive Board

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Congratulations to the winners of our recent election and thank you to all of the candidates. The Texas Library Association is delighted to announce the new members of our executive board, as well as individuals elected to positions in several units which participated in the online election. TLA’s new President-Elect is Daniel Burgard. He is […]

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TLA Staff Working Remotely

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Dear Texas Library Association friends, We know this is a stressful time for everyone and like many of you, we are making some changes to our daily operations in order to protect our staff, TLA members and others we do business with, and to do our part to help lessen the chances of the community […]

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TLA Recommends Closure of Texas Libraries

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We commend the libraries, schools, colleges and universities, and local officials and administrators who have made the very hard decision to close their doors to the public. The Texas Library Association (TLA), as the advocate for Texas libraries, recommends that libraries in Texas suspend public operations based on national guidelines issued by President Trump, and […]

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Texas Library Journal

In this Issue:

  • Open Education Resources Deliver Savings
  • A Fair Use Refresher: Part ii
  • Is it a Competition? Classroom and School Libraries
  • TLA 2020 Exhibits Directory

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TASL Lunch & Learn: Keeping Literacy in Your Makerspaces

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