Topic: Resource Sharing for Strategic Growth
Academic libraries are facing constant, growing challenges that strain your local resources. But over twenty academic libraries in Texas are embracing this challenge by sharing infrastructure for digital repositories, academic journal hosting, ETD management, the new Texas Data Repository, and a growing suite of digital preservation services.
At the Digital Library Summits, you will learn about a community model that successfully addresses the need to sustain digital services at every level, from supporting research data management to promoting open education resources to providing long-term access to your institution’s unique digital collections.
Hear a consortial perspective on:
- How to support local workflows;
- How to empower and expand the expertise of your staff;
- How the Texas Digital Library community can help you leverage shared services.
Learn how to make the best use of your funding and staff so you can invest more strategically in furthering the mission of your library and your university. RSVPs for these events are required – please reply to email@example.com.
High Plains Summit
Date: Thursday, February 15, 2018, Noon to 2pm (lunch provided)
Location: Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
Hosted by Bella Karr Gerlich, Dean of Texas Tech Libraries
RSVP for this event is required – please reply by February 2, 2018 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Houston Area Summit
Date: Thursday, February 22, 2018, Noon to 2pm (lunch provided)
Location: Elizabeth D. Rockwell Pavillion, University of Houston, Houston, TX
Hosted by Lisa German, Dean, University of Houston Libraries
RSVP for this event is required – please reply by February 9, 2018 to email@example.com
STAY TUNED FOR DETAILS ON FUTURE SUMMITS:
- Meeting TBD, Laredo, Texas
- Texas Conference on Digital Libraries, Austin, Texas
- DFW Area
- Central Texas
- South Texas