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The Digital Libraries Round Table (DLRT) was formed in 2004 to promote digital and data services by Texas academic, public, school, and special libraries and librarians. The group is concerned with numerous issues affecting digital library services, including standards and best practices; preservation, access, and copyright; collection development and assessment; and authentication, data security, and collaboration. This group focuses on digital services for all types of libraries in Texas. If your library is involved in digital services, or if you would like your library to offer these kinds of services, we encourage you to join our group and get involved!

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Officers 2020-2021

Monica Babaian, Chair, Webmaster
Amanda Zerangue, Chair-Elect
Laura Waugh, Past-Chair
Caitlin Rookey, Secretary-Treasurer
Elizabeth Howard, Councilor
Katie Pierce-Farrier, Councilor Alternate

DLRT Documents

Operating Procedures
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Past Officers
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Conference Programs
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Between the Lines: October Member Spotlight

Between the Lines: Member Spotlight, TLA News

Ana Frade International Services Engagement and Outreach Coordinator  Houston Public Library   What inspired you to become a librarian? Libraries have always been a source of fascination for me. I am an avid reader: Reading has been an essential part of my personal growth and has accompanied me through different stages of my life. I believe in the power of reading and education to open […]

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Election Information You Need

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Librarians, The Texas Library Association encourages you to share this information from The League of Women Voters with your library patrons, students and community. Register to vote and check your voter registration status at Vote411.org. Online Voters Guide The Voters Guide is available online at Vote411.org. Voters can enter their address and zip code to view […]

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