Events

Upcoming Events

  • ETD Management with Vireo
    3/10/2015 9:00am - 3:00pm
    Date: March 10, 2015
    Time: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
    Location: Willis Library, University of North Texas – Room W443 | Directions and Parking Information (Highland Street Garage)
    Cost: Free for TDL members. Registration is required.
    Instructor: Ryan Steans, Director of Operations, Texas Digital Library

    In this course, students receive an overview of Vireo, the system created by the Texas Digital Library for handling the online submission and management of electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs). Students will gain hands-on experience using Vireo to shepherd a thesis or dissertation through the entire ETD workflow.

    Among the topics covered in the course are the following:

    • Thesis submission using the student submittal interface

    • Processing and approval of the document using the staff administrative interface

    • Publishing the document in a testbed repository


    Recommended audiences for this course include support staff for Thesis Offices and Offices of Graduate Studies, as well as DSpace management staff.

    Skill Level: Entry

    REGISTER FOR VIREO TRAINING.
  • Introduction to DSpace
    3/31/2015 9:00am - 3:00pm
    Date: March 31, 2015
    Time: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
    Location: Library Classroom of the Alfred R. Neumann Library, UH Clear Lake |Directions and library map | Parking (Lot R)
    Cost: Free for TDL members. Registration is required.
    Instructor: Laura McElfresh, Digital Initiatives Librarian, Texas A&M at Galveston; Faedra Wills, Digital Project Librarian, UT Arlington

    This course provides beginner-level DSpace users with an overview of the use and management of DSpace repositories. Students will gain hands-on experience with DSpace and the use of the DSpace administrative interface.

    Among the topics covered in the course are:

    • How to create communities and collections

    • How to submit and proceed items through the repository workflow

    • How to adjust access options for users and items in DSpace

    • How to edit items in DSpace

    • Highlights of other DSpace features


    Repository managers are the primary audience for this course.

    Skill Level: Entry

    REGISTER FOR DSPACE TRAINING.

All Upcoming Training Events

Past Conference Events

2012 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries – Recognizing the importance of collaboration, access, and relationship-building to the success of libraries, the primary theme for TCDL 2012 was “Connections: Connecting With Our Users through Digital Services.” Conference sessions were held in the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center.

2010 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries – May 17-18, 2010 – The 4th annual Texas Conference on Digital Libraries (TCDL 2010) took place May 17-18, 2010, at the University of Texas at Austin. Conference sessions were held in the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center. The theme for TCDL 2010 was Collaboration, with conference presentations focused on issues of teamwork and partnering in the service of advancing scholarly communications.

2009 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries – May 27-28, 2009 – The 3rd annual Texas Conference on Digital Libraries (TCDL 2009) took place May 27-28, 2009, at the University of Texas at Austin. Conference sessions took place in the Avaya Auditorium of the Applied Computation Engineering & Sciences (A.C.E.S.) building.  The theme of the 2009 conference was Linking Digital Libraries and Users.

2008 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries – June 4-6, 2008 – The 2nd annual Texas Conference on Digital Libraries (TCDL 2008) took place June 4-6 at the University of Texas at Austin. Conference sessions took place in the Avaya Auditorium of the Applied Computation Engineering & Sciences (A.C.E.S.) building.

2007 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries – May 30-31, 2007 – The 1st annual Texas Conference on Digital Libraries (TCDL 2007) took place May 30-31 at the University of Texas at Austin. Conference sessions took place in the Avaya Auditorium of the Applied Computation Engineering & Sciences (A.C.E.S.) building.

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