TLA Digital Conversations: You’re Invited
Texas libraries play a vital role in increasing digital equity across their communities. Digital Conversations seeks to open the dialogue on how public libraries are instruments for learning, equip people with information resources, and offer access to technology. TLA is hosting a series of community conversations around Texas – focused on narrowing the digital divide for all Texans.
Our next Digital Conversation will be held on November 10 at the University of Houston, Victoria, in conjunction with the District 4 Fall meeting.
You are! Anyone interested in or involved in expanding digital access or literacy and the role that libraries can play in this effort, including librarians, civic leaders, broadband suppliers, and workforce advocates. The events are free. Our partners in this effort are the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC), Texas Workforce Commission, Texas Municipal League, TLA District Leaders.
University of Houston, Victoria
Henry Stokes – Moderator, Texas State Library and Archives Commission
Lisa Loranc – Director, Brazoria County Library System
Sheila Lalwani – graduate student, University of Texas
Information about the District 4 Fall Meeting
When: November 10, 9 AM to 5 PM
Where: University of Houston, Victoria
Cost: $30 in person, $20 for virtual
Wendy Woodland, Director of Communications and Advocacy, Texas Library Association
Dr. Marco Garza, Director of Organizational Development, University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley
Elizabeth Gross, Associate Professor of Library Science and Technology, Sam Houston State
Henry Stokes, Digital Opportunity Program Coordinator at Texas State Library and Archives Commission