Registration is now open for the 2014 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries! TCDL 2014 will be held April 28-29 in Austin, Texas, at the AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center.
Register by April 1 to receive a discounted rate. Faculty and staff at Texas Digital Library member institutions and students are eligible for additional discounts.
- TDL Members: $110 ($145 after April 1)
- Non-Members: $140 ($175 after April 1)
- Students (Members or Non-Members): $50 ($75 after April 1)
To register, please go to the conference website.
What’s covered in the registration fee: The conference registration fee covers two days of presentations, panels, 24×7 lightning talks, and posters; a welcome reception on the first night of TCDL; and breakfast and snacks on both days of the conference.
Additionally, registration gives you the opportunity to sign up at no additional cost for workshops, “birds of a feather” sessions, and several special tours scheduled for the afternoon of Day 2. (Among the special events planned for April 29: a Linked Data Workshop taught by Karen Coyle; a tour of the Texas Advanced Computing Center Visualization Lab; and curator talks at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center.)
About TCDL 2014:
The Texas Conference on Digital Libraries covers topics relevant to the creation, promotion and preservation of research, scholarship and cultural heritage digital materials. This year’s conference will focus on the theme Engaging Outliers: Context, Collections & Community, and will explore the full range of projects, workflows, use cases and ideas-in-the-making related to digital library work — with a special emphasis on those projects that lie outside of the ordinary.
TCDL 2014 will feature two exciting keynote speakers to frame these discussions. Dan Cohen, Executive Director of the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA), will discuss DPLA’s ambitious endeavor to make the cultural and scientific heritage of humanity available to all. Karen Coyle, a recognized expert on digital libraries with over 30 years of experience with library technology, will address emerging trends related to Linked Data.
For more information about the event and program, please visit the TCDL 2014 conference website.
Deadline for Proposals is February 7:
The TCDL 2014 committee continues to accept proposals for presentations, panels, posters, and workshops through Friday, February 7. See the full Call for Proposals for more information about requirements and submission procedures.
Conference Hotel Rooms available:
TCDL 2014 has a limited number of hotel rooms available for attendees at our conference venue, the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center. The rooms will be available at a reduced rate of $174/night if reserved by April 11, 2014. More details are available on the conference website, or you may RESERVE A ROOM ONLINE.
Questions about the conference can be directed to email@example.com or 512-495-4417.