The Texas Digital Library is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 4th annual Texas Conference on Digital Libraries, to be held May 17-18, 2010, in Austin, Texas. The conference will take place at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center located on the UT Austin campus.
Once again, TDL member institution Baylor University is managing attendee registration for the event. To register for the conference, please visit https://www.baylor.edu/lib/index.php?id=61797. The registration fee is $50.
For more information about TCDL 2010, please visit the conference website, and also be sure to join us on the TCDL 2010 Crowdvine network and follow us on Twitter to receive important updates about the event. (Username: TCDL2010, Official hashtag: #TCDL10).
About TCDL 2010
The 2010 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries will take place May 17-18 at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center located on the UT Austin campus.
The theme of TCDL 2010 is Collaboration, and presentations will focus on issues of partnership and cooperation in the service of advancing scholarly communications. We are developing a program packed with expert speakers, and we are excited about providing a rich and informative experience for those who attend. To learn about ways to participate in this year’s conference, please see the Call for Participation located on the conference website.
In its fourth year, the Texas Conference on Digital Libraries will move to the AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center, a full-service conference, dining, and hotel facility that provides a more convenient location, greater flexibility, and the latest communications technology for presenters and participants.
To cover the costs of this move and to offer a more enjoyable overall conference experience, TCDL will charge a nominal registration fee of $50. This fee will cover all conference materials, an evening reception on the first day of the conference, and breakfast and snacks both days. Attendees will also have the opportunity to stay at the conference center hotel at the state rate.