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The Texas library market is one of the strongest and most diverse in the country. The TLA Annual Conference, the largest state library association conference in the U.S., reflects this dynamic profession attracting thousands of K-12 school, public, college and university, and specialized librarians and professionals.

Year Conference City TLA President Program Pocket Program
2018 – 2019 Austin Jennifer LaBoon Conference Program Pocket Program
2017 – 2018 Dallas Ling hwey Jeng Conference Program Pocket Program
2016 – 2017 San Antonio Walter Betts Conference Program Pocket Program
2015 – 2016 Houston Susan Mann Conference Program Pocket Program
2014 – 2015 Austin Sharon Amastae Conference Program Pocket Program
2013 – 2014 San Antonio Yvonne Chandler Conference Program Pocket Program
2012 – 2013 Fort Worth Sherilyn Bird Conference Program Pocket Program
2011 – 2012 Houston Jerilynn Williams Conference Program Pocket Program
2010 – 2011 Austin Maribel Castro Conference Program Pocket Program
2009 – 2010 San Antonio Patrick Heath Conference Program Pocket Program
2008 – 2009 Houston Melody Kelly Conference Program Pocket Program

 

TLA Past Presidents & Conference Cities

1902 - Present

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Edward Smith, Abilene Library Consortium Director, Appointed to Gov. Broadband Council

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Edward Smith, director of the Abilene Library Consortium (ALC), and long-time Texas Library Association member (TLA), has been appointed by Governor Greg Abbott to serve on the newly formed Governor’s Broadband Development Council. “ We appreciate that the library community will have a seat at the table as the Council works to identify barriers to […]

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Between the Lines: January Member Spotlight

Between the Lines: Member Spotlight

Kathy Jones Hoffman Former Executive Director (retired) Research Medical Library, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center What inspired you to become a librarian? I started working in my neighborhood public library when I was a junior in high school. When I started college, I needed a part-time job, so I worked in the university […]

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