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LSSRT

Promote library support staff continuing education and participation in the profession and in TLA.

The Library Support Staff Round Table (LSSRT) promotes continuing education opportunities for library support staff and promotes their participation at all levels of the profession, and the association.

Volunteer

Whether your job title is …library paraprofessional …technical support …clerk …page …library assistant …shelver …aide …A/V technician …work-study …circulation supervisor …media specialist, you belong here in the Library Support Staff Round Table!

Together, we get so many jobs done within Texas libraries. LSSRT is our professional community for us to support one other. We want you to be encouraged and involved and recognized as a valuable resource within Texas libraries and within the Texas Library Association. We plan programs each year aimed at all levels of staff within libraries, and we hope that you will prioritize your personal and professional development by joining us.

Officers

Ashly Ferguson, Chair

N/A, Chair-Elect

Jo Gardner, Secretary-Treasurer

Debra Preston, Councilor

Ashly Ferguson, Councilor-Alternate

Henry Koshy, Webmaster

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