acquiring and maintaining,) but also the intellectual processes of building, delivering and maintaining a resource/materials collection for meeting the needs of the institution's constituents.
May 9 | 1-2pm, Central Time TLA Officer Orientation, Part 2In the second half of this guide for new TLA officers, experienced leaders will review important issues such as staying within budget, volunteer management, and planning for elections.
Volunteers are the most underutilized resource in nonprofits.
In this fast paced, content rich webinar, we will review everything you need to know to have a robust and revenue generating volunteer program.
All programs carry 1 hour of Continuing Education credit from the Texas State Library and Archives Commission and the State Board of Educator Certification (provider #500383)Click here for instructions on printing Continuing Education certificates Does your library have gallery space? Do you have a special collection of community artifacts or archives?
As part of their annual meeting, the Texas Association of Museums (TAM) is offering two Educational Workshop Days filled with innovative programming that feature ideas, insights and solutions to issues many libraries are facing with these special collections, exhibits, and gallery spaces.
All webinars are free to TLA members; nonmember and group rates will vary by program, see below for details.
Discover the top ten tips for communicating in your library.
Recording and handout available by request - free to TLA members, for nonmembers.
Collaborating with the CFPB makes it easy for libraries to refer your patrons to trusted sources so they can make important money decisions. A recent TLA survey showed, however, that librarians are unsure of what really constitutes community engagement as opposed to community outreach.
Join this free webinar to get a clear definition of this action and what it can mean for the survival of all types of libraries.
Julie Todaro Whether you are just starting out as a supervisor in a new job, taking over as manager when your manager retires, moving up in your organization from a non-supervisory to a supervisory role, or supervising a new department or a new function in the library - you have your work cut out for you.