Texas Digital Library is grateful for the guidance provided by our member-led boards. While we are sad to see colleagues leave our member institutions, we look forward to getting to work with new leaders joining us this year. Below are just a few changes happening on our Member Board and Governing Board in Fall 2021.
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THINKING GLOBALLY | ACTING REGIONALLY | BENEFITTING LOCALLY
Celebrate the work of academic libraries across Texas. Download our 2017-2018 Annual Report.
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The 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.
The Texas Digital Library is pleased to welcome Texas A&M International University as the newest member of the TDL consortium.
TDL member Texas A&M Galveston works to safeguard the future of Galveston Bay through the Galveston Bay Information Center (GBIC), a key piece of which is a TDL-hosted DSpace repository.
Posted in Institutional Repositories, Member Story, News, TDL Member news
Tags: digital repositories, DSpace, Galveston Bay Bibliography, Galveston Bay Information Center, member news, member story, Texas A&M University at Galveston, Texas Digital Library
Using TDL services, member institution UT Southwestern Medical Center Library is upgrading its electronic thesis and dissertation (ETD) program to streamline submission and management and make theses and dissertations more visible to the worldwide scholarly community.
Posted in Institutional Repositories, Member Story, TDL Member news, Texas Digital Library, Vireo
Tags: DSpace, electronic theses and dissertations, ETDs, member story, Texas Digital Library, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Vireo
TDL founding member Texas A&M Libraries has published an exciting set of images in its institutional repository dealing with African-American farming life in Texas during the middle of the last century.
Texas A&M University Libraries has released a schedule of activities for Open Access Week, which will take place October 18-24.
The University of Houston Digital Library has created a video using digitized yearbook images and audio from a 45 rpm record that accompanied the 1954-55 yearbook.
TDL member Texas A&M University Libraries recently completed a project to catalog an accumulated backlog of some 2,300 electronic theses and dissertations and to make them available in Texas A&M’s DSpace repository.
The team that worked on the cataloging project included Holly Mercer (Head of Digital Services and Scholarly Communications),
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