As I shared earlier this month, I had the opportunity to present at the Texas Library Association 2011 State Conference. My thanks to those of you that sat in on my Podcast Pizzazz workshop–materials available online here–and I hope the session was useful to you.
I thought you might find the post-conference links in this email from TLA worthwhile, especially if you did NOT attend the conference….

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2011 TLA Annual Conference Survey & Resources

Thank you for participating in the 2011 TLA Annual Conference in Austin!  We hope you had a wonderful and productive experience. 

The following post-conference resources are now available:
  • 2011 conference evaluation survey to help the 2012 conference planners   
  • Claiming CPE (continuing professional education) credit hours:
    • CPE hours and certificates will be ready to claim/print on May 2nd
    • TLA members should access the link through the members only section of the TLA website  
    • Non-members can access CPE credits here   
  • Electronic handouts for 2011 conference programs   
  • Conference on CD – Entire conference or individual sessions    
  • Social media – Please visit our FacebookYouTube, and Flickr pages for pictures and videos of conference!     
  • Exhibitors – Shop the 2011 TLA exhibitors on the new TLA Buyers Guide
  • Lost & Found – please note that any unclaimed items that were turned into the Lost & Found counter at conference have been shipped back to the TLA office.  If you lost something, please write to Ileah Hirschy ( to see if it was turned in at conference. 
Thank you again for participating in this year’s conference!  Don’t forget to join us in Houston, April 17-20, for the 2012 TLA Annual Conference, R4L – Libraries: Responsive, Relevant, Revolutionary, Right Now!  Reservations for 2012 hotels are already open!  Be sure to visit the onPeak website to make reservations.   

See you in Houston!

Ileah Hirschy 
Texas Library Association

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