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Connections are at the heart of learning and libraries are at the heart of those connections. Libraries are where people, young and old, connect to ideas, people and insights. These connections inspire new ideas, which lead to innovation, which ultimately impacts our community and our world. TLA2019 will:

  • Empower library professionals at every level to make informed decisions based on current research and best practices.
  • Strengthen self-knowledge and awareness in order to mindfully engage in civil discourse, network, and assume leadership roles.
  • Broaden immediate community impact with specific, meaningful, hands-on ideas across all library types.
  • Serve diverse communities by providing equitable resources and cultivating cultural competencies.

Join us at the Austin Convention Center for the largest state library association conference in the country, an active marketplace of ideas, library services, and educational resources.

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2019 Lone Star, Maverick, TAYSHAS & Spirit of Texas Lists Announced

Advocacy, TLA Annual Conference, TLA Membership, TLA News, TLA Reading Lists, Uncategorized

The Texas Library Association’s Young Adult Round Table (YART) is pleased to announce the much-anticipated 2019 Lone Star, Maverick, TAYSHAS and Spirit of Texas Reading Lists are now available. Books are selected for the lists by public and school librarians who are members of YART. The Lone Star Reading List encourages students in grades 6 […]

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TLA: It’s Not Just for Texans

Advocacy, TLA Annual Conference, TLA Membership, TLA News, TLA Reading Lists, Uncategorized

Stacey B. Rattner is a School Librarian at Castleton Elementary School in Castleton, New York. Stacey has been an active member of TLA since 2017. In this short interview, she describes why she enjoys her TLA membership and why it’s beneficial for out-of-state librarians to join TLA. Being that you are currently in New York, […]

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