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LIRT

Provide information on instruction in library use and information literacy.

The Library Instruction Round Table (LIRT) provides a forum for discussion of activities, programs and problems of instruction in the use of libraries or information literacy; to contribute to the education and training of librarians for library instruction; to promote instruction in the use of libraries as an essential library service; and to serve as a channel of communication on instruction in the use of libraries.

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Apply for a LIRT conference stipend or award:
Devin Zimmerman Conference Stipend
Library Instruction Project of the Year Award
Outstanding Service in Library Instruction Award

LIRT Officers 2020-2021

Joshua Salmans
Chair
Texas Tech University
2802 18th Street
Lubbock, TX 79409
806-834-7007
joshua.salmans@ttu.edu

Ashley Crane
Chair-Elect
Sam Houston State University
Box 2179
Huntsville, TX 77341
936-294-4686
abc064@shsu.edu 

Lorely Ambriz
Past Chair
El Paso Community College – Northwest Campus
Jenna Welch and Laura Bush Community Library
6701 S. Desert Blvd.
El Paso, TX 79932
915-831-8886
lambriz@epcc.edu

Kimberly Grotewold
Secretary/Treasurer
Texas A&M University – San Antonio
One University Way
San Antonio, TX 78224
210-784-1519
kimberly.grotewold@tamusa.edu

Janice Newsum
Councilor
University of Houston – Clear Lake
2700 Bay Area Blvd.
Houston, TX 77058
713-213-9186
newsum@uhcl.edu

Jennifer Stayton
Alternate Councilor
University of North Texas
1155 Union Circle
Denton, TX 76203
940-565-3245
jennifer.stayton@unt.edu

Joshua Wallace
Webmaster
Tarleton State University
Box T-0450
Stephenville, TX 76402
254-968-9455
jwallace@tarleton.edu

Awards/Stipend Committee:

 

 

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