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After three years in the virtual space, the Texas Conferences on Digital Libraries will be held in-person, and we could not be more excited to welcome you back to Austin. Hi… How are you? As we reunite face-to-face, we’ll pause to reflect on all that has changed, especially ourselves and our workplaces, and forge a path forward together.
Our work centers on increasing equitable access to digital materials, valuing the individual, celebrating differences, eliminating barriers, and providing space everyone can fully participate in. Let’s share how we work at work, how we work together, and how we work through challenges old and new.
So, hi. How are you… really? We can’t wait to find out at TCDL.
Registration for TCDL 2023 is now closed.
The TCDL Planning Committee is:
Chair: Christina Kellum, University of North Texas
Vice-Chair: Diane Lopez, University of Texas at San Antonio
Ammi Bui, University of Texas at San Antonio
Adrienne Cain, Baylor University
Mingyu Chen, University of Texas at Dallas
Aaron Choate, University of Texas at Austin
Lisa Cruces, Texas State University
Lea DeForest, Texas Digital Library
Susan Elkins, Sam Houston State University
Cynthia Henry, Texas Tech University
Gabrielle Hernandez, University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley
Meagan Hernandez, Texas Digital Library
Sylvia Jones, Southern Methodist University
Colleen Lyon, University of Texas at Austin
Ima Oduok, Texas Digital Library
Phebe Raglin, Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi
Adrian Shapiro, Texas Woman’s University
Elliot Williams, University of Texas at San Antonio
Heidi Winkler, Texas Tech University
ABOUT THE TEXAS CONFERENCE ON DIGITAL LIBRARIES
Since 2007, the Texas Conference on Digital Libraries (TCDL) has provided a home for communities of library, archives, and information workers who support scholarly output, cultural heritage, educational materials, open access, open source, and transparency in libraries through digital preservation, repositories, metadata, theses and dissertations, scholarly communications, open education, and research data management. TCDL honors its roots in digital librarianship while also including the work that many other library workers, archivists, and various information professionals do to build, improve, provide outreach, expand, and use digital library resources and ecosystems of scholarship.
As founder and host of TCDL, Texas Digital Library is committed to dismantling white supremacy within our organization and associated communities, addressing inequities in our staff organization and the broader consortium, and helping transform practice and culture in the larger higher education and cultural heritage communities in which we operate. To that end, we enthusiastically invite and encourage members of minoritized communities to attend, present, and enjoy TCDL regardless of your profession, affiliation, or background. All are welcome!
With presentation session types that include informal conversations, posters, lightning talks, workshops, presentations, and more, TCDL encourages and welcomes submissions from students, scholars, practitioners, researchers, faculty, and users. TCDL 2023 will take place in person in Austin, Texas. We welcome proposals from Texas-based colleagues and beyond.
Read TCDL’s Code of Conduct.
Thank you to our 2023 TCDL Sponsors!
HI, HOW ARE YOU?
The TCDL 2023 “Hi, How Are You” theme was inspired by the Hi, How Are You Project, an Austin, TX based 501c3 non-profit organization with the mission to remove the stigma around mental health, one conversation at a time. The TCDL committee would like to thank the Hi, How Are You Project for allowing us to use this theme. Visit the project’s website here to learn more.
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 email@example.com.