Pub101 with the Open Textbook Network

TDL Members are invited to a free learning opportunity with the Open Textbook Network: Pub 101.

Pub101 is a free, informal, online orientation to open textbook publishing, and will explore the first units of the Open Textbook Network Publishing Curriculum.

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Posted in Open Educational Resources, scholarly communication, Texas Digital Library


Response to COVID-19

Scroll down for updates regarding TDL operations, online events for the Texas Digital Library community, event cancellations, and more. 

WEBINARS

May 7, 2020 | Re-Opening the Library

April 20, 2020 | Archivists @ Home, co-hosted with Society of Southwest Archivists

March 20,

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TCDL 2020: COVID-19 Updates

The TCDL 2020 Planning Committee is monitoring the spread of COVID-19 to determine how TCDL 2020 will be affected. Please keep reading for updates.

UPDATED FRIDAY MARCH 13, 2020 9:00AM CST

CANCELLED: TCDL 2020, May 18-21, 2020

The TCDL 2020 Planning Committee and Texas Digital Library have decided to cancel TCDL 2020 and the TDL Leadership Academy in the interest of public health and the health of our members,

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Posted in Conferences, TCDL


TCDL 2020- Things to Do and Places to Eat

Things to Do and Places to Eat

Here are some nearby options for food and entertainment near the Domain

See our COVID-19 update page

Food

Here are some options in the Domain area near the conference hotels:

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Posted in TCDL, Texas Digital Library


IMLS-Funded Planning Grant | Mid-Year Project Update 

Texas Digital Library is at the mid-year point on our year-long planning grant project, Preserving Sensitive Data in Distributed Digital Storage Networks,  funded by the  Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). Texas Digital Library (TDL),

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Posted in Chronopolis, digital preservation, grant funded projects, News


Call for Comment | ScholComm Services Assessment

Last year, SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) and  COAR (Confederation of Open Access Repositories), developed a set of  “Good Practice Principles for Scholarly Communication” that outline certain criteria for transparency,

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Posted in call for comment, Open Access, scholarly communication


2019 Impact Report

Celebrate the work of academic libraries across Texas. Download our 2019 Impact Report.

 

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TDL’s Succulent Holiday Wishlist for 2019

Illustration of a cactus and snake plant with text that reads, TDL wishes you a succulent holiday season and a healthy new year!

(Carefully) cozy up to your favorite cactus and check out all of the ways you can help TDL fulfill our holiday wishes. 

Grow Your Career

illustration of four snake plants with text that says grow your career

TDL will offer lots of professional development in the coming year.

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OTN Summer Institute 2020

Apply to become an OER Ambassador and attend OTNSI 2020

The members-only OTN Summer Institutes are opportunities for open education leaders to collaboratively develop open education strategies and build a community of practice. The OTNSI is a chance for TDL members to learn,

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Posted in Events, Open Educational Resources


TDL Imaging Group

Members of Texas Digital Library have launched a new group open to all non-commercial parties who would like to learn, contribute, or discuss regional digital imaging and digitization best practices.

Click here to visit the Imaging Group wiki.

The catalyst for the group was a birds-of-a-feather meeting at TCDL 2019.

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Posted in digital collections, Groups, Imaging Group


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