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TLA Talks: Harris County Public Library Community Broadband Project | July 20, 2:30-3:30pm
Harris County Public Library is partnering with the Harris County Office of Broadband on exciting new ways to reduce the digital divide in Harris County. Library Director Edward Melton and Division Director of Information Technology Chris Martinez will share information on their efforts to offer broadband service to those in need and how libraries can play a vital role in public infrastructure projects.
Cost: TLA members – Free    Non-members $25

Intellectual Freedom and Social Justice | March 2, 3:30pm
Presenter, Jamie LaRue
Cost: Free
In recent years there has been a new tension between freedom from censorship, and a renewed desire to promote human equity. Join us to discuss the role the modern library can play. Our presenter is Jamie LaRue, the former executive director of both the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom, and the Freedom to Read Foundation.  Prior to his work at ALA, Jamie was the director of the Douglas County Libraries (Colorado).
Journaling in a Time of Uncertainty
Presenter:
Lisa Johnson, Eanes ISD
CE Credit: 1 hr TSLAC, SBEC
Cost: FREE
In these uncertain times, journaling is a way to regain some clarity and normalcy. This webinar details the why for journaling (e.g. reasons as well as the research benefits), shares multiple examples (a range from simple to artistic), provides a list of ideas and prompts, and suggests a list of supplies and tools (both analog and digital).
What Makes YOU a Leader?
Presenters:
Dean Hendrix, University of Texas at San Antonio; Jacqueline Higginbotham, New Caney ISD; and Julia Mitschke, Cedar Park Public Library
CE Credit: 1 hr TSLAC, SBEC
Cost: FREE
Leaders arrive at leadership positions in all kinds of ways both in TLA and in their careers. What does it mean to be a leader? Is being a leader something that just happens to people? Is it a mindset? Is it a title? Learn from library leaders and participate in a discussion about what it means to lead.
February 9, 2pm
Asher Price on Earl Campbell: Yards After Contact
Presenter: Asher Price
CE Credit:1 hr SBEC only
Cost: FREE
Journalist and author Asher Price will discuss his book on NFL legend and former Longhorn Earl Campbell, in a conversation with TLA staffer Michele Chan Santos. In Earl Campbell: Yards After Contact, Price writes about how Campbell struggled with complex issues of race and health over the course of his long career.
December 15 | 2 – 3pm CT
The REALM Project: Reopening Archives, Libraries, and Museums
Presenter: OCLC REALM research team
CE Credit: 1 hr TSLAC, SBEC
Cost: FREE
REopening Archives, Libraries, and Museums (REALM) is a research project conducted by OCLC, the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and Battelle to produce science-based information about how materials can be handled to mitigate COVID-19 exposure to staff and visitors of archives, libraries, and museums. Members of OCLC’s research team will share the latest resources and best practices for re-opening during the pandemic.
December 9 | 3 – 4pm CT
Reimagining the Readers Notebook Using Bullet Point Journaling
Presenter: Lisa Johnson, Eanes ISD
CE Credit: 1 hr TSLAC, SBEC
Cost: FREE
Reader’s notebooks are effective tools for literacy, reflection, comprehension, goal-setting and gaining insight about yourself as a reader, writer, and learner. Infusing technology and ideas from the planner, book bento, and bullet journal will provide engaging strategies to make reader’s notebooks an authentic tool for the present and the future.
November 9 | 2 – 3pm CT
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Between the Lines: September Member Spotlight

Between the Lines: Member Spotlight, TLA News

Jenny Filardo Middle School Librarian Presbyterian School in Houston What inspired you to become a librarian? When I began my master’s degree at UT Austin over 28 years ago, it was with the intent of working in museums or archives. The very last class of my degree, however, was Materials for Children, and that one […]

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Statement Opposing Restrictions on Education Related to Racism and History

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The Texas Library Association Executive Board approved the following statement related to efforts to restrict education related to racism and history on August 10. The Texas Library Association’s (TLA) core values include diversity and inclusiveness, equity of access to information, ethical responsibility and integrity, intellectual freedom, literacy and lifelong learning, and social responsibility and the […]

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