September 2022 @ TDL

All events are online, in Central Standard Time (CST), and require a Zoom account to register and attend. Click here to create a free Zoom account.

SPECIAL EVENTS

September 21-23 | Open Texas conference
The Texas Digital Library (TDL), Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB), and the Digital Higher Education Consortium of Texas (DigiTex) jointly organize the annual Open Texas conference to convene librarians, faculty, administrators, and other open education practitioners and advocates.

The 2022 conference will be held fully online and FREE to attend.​

This year’s conference theme, “The Labor of Open Education,” invites participants to reflect on the work, creativity, art, and science of open education.

Jasmine Roberts-Crews and Dr. Karen Cangialosi will join the Open Texas 2022 Conference as keynote speakers.

Click here to learn more and register.

RECURRING EVENTS

September  21 @ 10:30am | TDL Member Forum

The TDL Member Forum is CANCELLED for September. We hope to see you at the Open Texas opening session!

Texas Digital Library invites members to attend the TDL Forum, a monthly meeting in which members can hear a brief presentation about the activities of the TDL staff and participate in a question-and-answer period.
Download a recurring calendar invite here.

MEMBER GROUP MEETINGS

Digital Preservation Interest Group

No meeting this month.

Description
This meeting is open to anyone interested in TDL’s and Texas digital preservation efforts and helping us to strengthen our impact by including more voices.

Meetings
TDL Digital Preservation Services Users and other Texas-based workers interested in digital preservation topics meet quarterly on the third Thursday of the month from 2:00 PM to 2:50 PM.
Download a recurring calendar invite here

How to join
Contact Texas Digital Library at info@tdl.org to be added to the Digital Preservation Interest Group listserv and receive meeting invitations.


DSpace User Group

September 22 @ 10am

Description
Texas Digital Library’s DSpace Users Group (DUG) works to create an active community among DSpace users that:

  • facilitates mutual support for DSpace use and repository management;
  • identifies areas of work that could be taken on by member working groups or by TDL staff;
  • connects the TDL DSpace user community to the larger open source DSpace community in North America.

Meetings
TDL’s DUG meets monthly every fourth Tuesday of the month from 10am – 11am, CST.
Download a recurring calendar invite here.

How to join
Any users of DSpace can join the users group, regardless of affiliation with TDL. The group shares updates and information about training and events at our monthly meetings and through the TDL DSpace Users Group Email List. Click here to join.


GIS Interest Group

September 22 @ 2pm

Description
TDL’s GIS Interest Group (GISIG) seeks to develop a Community of Practice around geographic information systems (GIS) and become a source of expertise for all Texas Digital Library consortium members and partners.

Meetings
The GISIG meets monthly on the fourth Friday of the month from 2-3PM CST.
Download calendar invite here.

How to join
Click to join our GISIG email list to receive updates and meeting invitations: https://utlists.utexas.edu/sympa/info/tdl-gis


OER @ TDL Quarterly Meetings

No meeting this month.

Description
Join Texas Digital Library and the TDL OER Ambassadors for a quarterly meeting for open education and OER practitioners. Meetings will include a mix of brief presentations, networking, and plenty of time for discussions. These meetings will not be recorded. 

Meetings
Recurring meeting schedule TBD

How to join

Subscribe to TDL’s OER listserv at https://utlists.utexas.edu/sympa/info/tdl-oer.


OJS User Group Meeting

September 8 @ 10am

Description
Purpose of the group |  The TDL OJS User Group works to create an active community among TDL’s users of the Open Journal System hosting service in the following ways:

  • By facilitating mutual support among library managers of the OJS hosting service, including the sharing of resources about library publishing policies and good practices
  • By facilitating better communication between TDL staff and libraries using this service
  • By identifying areas of work that could be undertaken by member-led working groups

Meetings
The OJS User Group meets every first Thursday of the month from 10-11AM CST.

How to Join
TDL’s OJS Users Group is comprised of library liaisons for campus journals and is an exclusive benefit for TDL members only. TDL’s OJS Hosting Service Manager serves as a member of the group. Please contact us at info@tdl.org for more information.


Research Integrity Working Group

No meeting this month. 

Description

Texas Digital Library’s Research Integrity Working Group introduces a values-based approach to research integrity and discovers ways we can work together to promote integrity in our own research, in our research assistance services, and in our instruction.

Meetings
The Research Integrity Working Group hosts regular meetings and collaborates on off-line projects.

How to Join
Join TDL’s Research Integrity Working Group by subscribing to our listserv tdl-research-integrity@utlists.utexas.edu and signing up for our newsletters. You can also contact TDL at info@tdl.org with any questions or suggestions.


TDL Imaging Group

No meeting this month. 

Description
The mission of the TDL Imaging Group is to create and exchange information on both basic and advanced digital imaging and digitization best practices, in addition to establishing an open and inclusive environment for the exchange of information regionally, within the state of Texas, and surrounding areas.

Meetings
TDL’s Imaging Group occasionally hosts meet-ups and virtual birds-of-a-feather meetings, but does not meet regularly as a group. Instead, the Imaging Group utilizes their email list to exchange information and resources.

How to join
If you are interested in joining the TDL Imaging Group, please subscribe to our listserv to get involved at tdl-imaging-group@utlists.utexas.edu.


Texas Carpentries (TX-CARP)

September 26 @ 2pm

Description
TDL’s TX-CARP is open to all members of Texas Digital Library, and allows for resource sharing, co-learning and planning for the TDL Bronze Carpentry year. This group will plan and facilitate instructor training, plan at least four workshops, and craft a sustaining framework for instruction in Texas.

Meetings
TDL’s TX-CARP meets quarterly on the fourth Monday of the month from 2pm – 3pm. Central.
Download a recurring calendar invite here

How to join
Anyone working at a TDL member institution is welcome to join the group and meetings. To request to join the list and/or the meetings, please email TDL at info@tdl.org.


Web Archiving Texas Interest Group

No meeting this month.

Description
The purpose of the Web Archiving Texas Interest Group (WATXIG) is to build a community around web archiving in Texas, bring people together to share skills and resources to accomplish shared goals, and amplify our work that impacts the national and international web archiving community. The Confluence wiki page for the group, hosted by TDL, is located here.

Meetings
TDL’s WATXIG meets quarterly on the fourth Thursday of the month from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. Central.
Download a recurring calendar invite here

How to join
The Web Archiving Texas Interest Group has a listserv at tdl-watxig@utlists.utexas.edu and quarterly meetings. Anyone is welcome to join the group, whether they are working at a TDL member institution or not. To request to join the list and/or the meetings, please email TDL at info@tdl.org.


Stay Engaged with TDL

Become a TDL Member
All academic libraries and cultural heritage organizations are invited to become a member of the Texas Digital Library consortium. Email us at info@tdl.org if you’d like to learn more.

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ABOUT the TDL
Texas Digital Library is a consortium of library and archives professionals that propels the Academy forward by maintaining our past and preparing for the future. Membership in TDL is open to any academic library. Find out more by visiting https://www.tdl.org/members/membership/ or email us at info@tdl.org.

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