The Texas State Library and Archives Commission and Reach Out and Read-Texas Partner to Provide Reading Resources

TSLAC and Reach Out and Read-Texas Partner to Provide Reading Resources
Austin, Texas

The Texas State Library and Archives Commission and Reach Out and Read-Texas, a program of the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, share a mission of encouraging a love of books and reading and supporting preschool children in school readiness. A collaboration agreement has been formalized to encourage Texas public libraries and Reach Out and Read programs to work together to promote early literacy development. This collaboration agreement symbolizes the importance of expanding partnerships to enhance the early childhood learning opportunities for Texas children.

Katherine Adelberg
Manager, Continuing Education and Consulting
512-463-5475
kadelberg@tsl.texas.gov
2016
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e-Records 2016 Conference Sessions Recap: “Case Study: Disposing of Paper Records After Scanning” and “Digital Workflow Optimization and Automation”

e-Records 2016 Conference Sessions Recap: “Case Study: Disposing of Paper Records After Scanning” an
Austin, Texas
 

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State and Local Records Management Division
512-463-7610
2016
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Texas Center for the Book 2016 Letters About Literature Contest Deadlines Approaching

Texas Center for the Book 2016 Letters About Literature Contest Deadlines Approaching
Austin, Texas

The Texas Center for the Book, a project of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, reminds young readers that the deadlines to enter the 2016 Letters About Literature Contest are quickly approaching.

Level 3 (Grades 9-12)December 2, 2016

Level 2 (Grades 7-8) – January 9, 2017

Level 1 (Grades 4-6) – January 9, 2017

Rebekah Manley
Coordinator, Texas Center for the Book
512-936-2505
rmanley@tsl.texas.gov
2016
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Free Continuing Education and Training This Week – November 28 – December 2

Free Continuing Education and Training This Week – November 28 – December 2
Austin, Texas

Here’s a weekly reminder of free training on the web, and also workshops in Texas (marked red). Check the calendar to see what’s happening today. Confirm date and time when you register, or follow the links for archive information. Events listed in Central Time.

Library Development
2016
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Video: What’s the process for updating TSLAC’s retention schedules?

Video: What’s the process for updating TSLAC’s retention schedules?
Austin, Texas
 

 

Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes when we’re updating our retention schedules or other administrative rules? Join us for a new Analyst Tip video as Julie gives a little peek behind the curtain of how the process works and how long it can take.

State and Local Records Management Division
Info
(512) 463-7610
slrminfo@tsl.texas.gov
2016
No

New Titles from the Texas Talking Book Program Studio

New Titles Available from the Texas Talking Book Program Studio
Austin, Texas

 

Check out these titles fresh from the Talking Books Program Recording Studio.  They are available for loan on digital cartridge or for download via BARD. For more informatioin or to see if you qualify visit tsl.texas.gov/tbp.

Jaclyn Owusu
Public Awareness Coordinator
512-463-5452
jowusu@tsl.texas.gov
2016
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Author Cynthia Brandimarte to Discuss Texas State Parks and the CCC: The Legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps in Conjunction with Texas State Archives Exhibit

Author Cynthia Brandimarte to Discuss Texas State Parks and the CCC: The Legacy of the Civilian Cons
Austin, Texas

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Stephen Siwinski
Communications Officer
5124635514
2016
No

Midland Need to Read Named 2016 Recipient of Texas Center for the Book Literacy Award

Midland Need to Read Named 2016 Recipient of Texas Center for the Book Literacy Award
Austin, Texas

The Texas Center for the Book has chosen Midland Need to Read as the recipient of the first annual Texas Center for the Book Literacy Award. This $1,000 award, which honors a qualified non-profit organization that have made outstanding contributions to increasing literacy in Texas was made possible by a generous donation from David Rubenstein and the Library of Congress.

Rebekah Manley
Coordinator, Texas Center for the Book
512-936-2505
rmanley@tsl.texas.gov
2016
No

THRAB announces 2016 Archival Award Recipients

THRAB announces 2016 Archival Award Recipients
Austin, Texas

The Texas Historical Records Advisory Board (THRAB) is pleased to announce the selection of Malinda Allison from the Honey Grove Preservation League and The West Texas Collection at Angelo State University as recipients of its Archival Award of Excellence.

Ashley Stevens
Education and Outreach Coord.
512-463-9807
astevens@tsl.texas.gov
2016
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