TDL welcomes new members West Texas A&M and Trinity

Trinity University and West Texas A&M  University logosThe Texas Digital Library is pleased to announce the addition of two new members to the TDL consortium for the 2013-14 academic year: Trinity University and West Texas A&M University.

Located in San Antonio, Texas, Trinity University is a private liberal arts university with approximately 2,600 undergraduate and graduate students. Diane Graves leads the Coates Library at Trinity as University Librarian.

West Texas A&M University, a member of the Texas A&M System, is located in Canyon, Texas, and has a student enrollment of approximately 8,400 students.The Cornette Library at West Texas A&M is led by Shawna Kennedy-Witthar, Director of Information and Library Resources.

“We are excited to have Trinity and West Texas A&M as part of the TDL family,” said TDL Executive Director Debra Hanken Kurtz. “Each of these institutions brings valuable perspective and expertise to the table, and we’re confident that our partnerships will enrich both their campuses and the entire TDL consortium.”

Kenney-Witthar and Graves will join the Texas Digital Library Member Board as representatives of their respective institutions.

About the Texas Digital Library:

The Texas Digital Library (TDL) is a consortium of academic libraries in Texas that enables each of its member institutions to advance a program of digital initiatives  in support of research, scholarship, and learning. By providing technology infrastructure and a community of support to its members, the TDL promotes open access to scholarly materials, preserves digital collections, and encourages collaboration among scholars and librarians throughout the state. For more information about the Texas Digital Library and membership in the consortium, please visit the TDL website at or contact the TDL at

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