Texas A&M University Libraries, a founding member of the TDL, held a number of activities during Open Access Week 2011 designed to raise awareness about the benefits of free and immediate access to research.
As the A&M/UT game approaches (and a football rivalry comes to an end, for now), the TAMUtimes focuses on ongoing areas of collaboration between the two universities, including projects where their libraries are working together to preserve valuable resources.
The International Journal of Structural Changes in Solids is hosted by the TDL Electronic Press.
Laura Hammons, chair of the Vireo Users Group and Thesis Office Director at Texas A&M University, received a 2011 ETD Leadership Award from the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD).
The Texas Digital Library has upgraded most TDL-hosted Vireo installations to the latest version of its electronic thesis and dissertation management software.
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.
Friday, October 1 is #followalibrary day on Twitter.
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The TDL software development team held a sprint review on Friday, September 24 to demonstrate work completed during a two-week sprint (i.e, development period) devoted to improvements in Vireo, the TDL’s electronic thesis and dissertation management software.