We’ve adapted, innovated, and survived, but now it’s time to reignite our curiosity! The Texas Conference on Digital Libraries welcomes you back to Austin to share your new endeavors and inspire each other with pioneering projects, services, and ideas. The TCDL Planning Committee invites you to consider how curiosity brings life and imagination to your work in libraries and archives. The call for proposals is open and we can’t wait to see what you bring to TCDL. Save the date for TCDL, May 21-23, 2024!
The TCDL Planning Committee:
Chair: Diane Lopez, University of Texas at San Antonio
Vice-Chair: Heidi Winkler, Texas Tech University
Ian Barba, Texas Tech University
Mingyu Chen, University of Texas at Dallas
Malynda Dalton, Texas A&M International University
Susan Elkins, Sam Houston State University
Karina Franco, University of Texas at San Antonio
Ginger Garza, Texas Woman’s University
Paloma Graciani Picardo, University of Texas at Austin
Meagan Hernandez, Texas Digital Library
Ke’ara Hunt, Texas Digital Library
Sylvia Jones, Southern Methodist University
Colleen Lyon, University of Texas at Austin
Tom Lyons, University of North Texas Health Science Center
Marcia McIntosh, University of North Texas
Courtney Mumma, Texas Digital Library
Kristi Park, Texas Digital Library
Joseph Pruett, Angelo State University
Phebe Raglin, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
Jane Scott, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Adrian Shapiro, Texas Woman’s University
Jeremy Thompson, University of Texas at Austin
ABOUT THE TEXAS CONFERENCE ON DIGITAL LIBRARIES
Since 2007, the Texas Digital Library has hosted the annual Texas Conference on Digital Libraries (TCDL). TCDL covers topics relevant to the creation, promotion, dissemination, and preservation of research, scholarship, and cultural heritage digital materials. The goal of TCDL is to bring together those working on digital projects — including outreach librarians, repository managers, catalogers, faculty members, technical staff, and others — in order to build a practical, usable, and sustainable model for digital libraries.
TCDL encourages and welcomes participation from students, scholars, librarians, researchers, faculty, and users from all backgrounds, identities, and experiences. All are welcome!
Read TCDL’s Code of Conduct.
ABOUT the TDL
Texas Digital Library is a library consortium that provides services to its member institutions that enable free and open access to scholarship, cultural heritage materials, and educational resources. These services are built in a shared, open infrastructure and sustained by a collaborative community of library and archives workers. Learn more about TDL membership by visiting https://www.tdl.org/members/membership/ or email us at email@example.com.