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1 All sessions are open to all attendees. Registration... 7 am 5 pm Internet Room... 8 am 5 p m TLA Store...8 a m 5 p m Bag Check... 9:30 am 6 pm Exhibits... 10:15 am 5 pm Placement Center... 10:15 am 5 pm Continuing Professional Education c r e d i t s Event Number State Board for Educator Certification CPE#123: SBEC 2.0; TSLAC 2.0 Program Title 8:00-9:50 a m TX State Library & Archives Commission Lynda Becker Memorial Downtown Walking Tours 7:15 8:25 a m Choose from a selection of four walking tour options of historic architecture and points of interest in downtown San Antonio, guided by local experts and architectural historians. Due to a limited number of participants for each tour, attendees will need to communicate their first and second preferences for the four themed tours. The Tour Preferences are: HemisFair Park and the King William area; Sunset Station and the St. Paul Historic District; the Alamo, the haunted Menger Hotel, and the Buckhorn Saloon and Museum; and the San Fernando Cathedral. Tours begin and end at the TLA Registration Area, located in the Bridge Hall of the Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center. your selections to Margo Guzman at gov by March 26, 2010, to let her know your walking tour preferences. Attendees will be notified or tour assignments prior to conference. Conference Local Arrangements Committee. Lariat Adult Fiction Reading List Task Force Mtg. #2 10:00 a m - 5:00 pm Grand Hyatt, 600 East Market Street Thursday April 15 CPE#401: SBEC 0.5 General Session I with Scott Simon 8:30-10:00 a m Scott Simon, host of NPR s Weekend Edition and winner of the Peabody Award, Emmys, and countless other recognitions, is one of the most recognized and respected voices in journalism today. He has covered ground zero in New York and Kabul, reported from snipers roosts and theatre stations, and brought us to the realities of sieges, famines, hurricanes, and civil wars. A compelling and delightful narrator, Simon will share his vast and unique experiences covering the news and finding the truth and humanity in the stories that shape history and our own lives. He is the author of Home and Away: A Memoir of a Fan, Jackie Robinson and the Integration of Baseball, and Windy City. His forthcoming book, Baby We Were Meant for Each Other, is scheduled for release in August Scott Simon, host, Weekend Edition Saturday on National Public Radio; writer and novelist. CPE#402: SBEC 1.0 Fantasy for the Younger Crowd 10:15-11:20 a m Do we really need another book of dragons and wizards? What s available for young readers? How are authors writing fantasy that moves beyond the standard images? An author panel explores new directions in fantasy for this audience. Suzanne Selfors R. L. Lafevers Grace Lin R.L. Lafevers, author, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; Grace Lin, author; and Suzanne Selfors, author, Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. Children s Round Table. CPE#403: SBEC 1.0 Fresh Out of the Gate with First Time YA Authors 10:15-11:20 a m Four authors, whose first YA novels have recently been released to positive reviews, discuss the creative process of moving their books from an idea to a finished product. Stephen Emond, author, Little, Brown Books for Young Readers; Jandy Nelson, author, Penguin Young Readers Group; Sarah Ockler, author, Little, Brown Books for Young Readers; and Francisco Stork, author, Scholastic Inc. Young Adult Round Table. Stephen Emond Jandy Nelson Sarah Ockler 28 Thursday, April 15 Francisco Stork

2 CPE#408: SBEC 1.5; TSLAC 1.5 ANimated Tutorial Sharing Project (ANTS): A Repository of Tutorials for Libraries Paul Betty The Animated Tutorial Sharing Project (ANTS) is an open project of collaboratively developed multimedia tutorials that can be downloaded as is or modified by any library. ANTS provides sharing features, embedding code, and the means for content syndication to popular sites such as Facebook, itunes, Libguides, course management systems, and YouTube. Learn how ANTS provides a central site for authoritative content and increases the visibility of information literacy and libraries on the Internet. Paul Betty, distance learning librarian, Regis University (CO); Carmen Kazakoff-Lane, distance education librarian, Brandon University (Canada). CPE#405: SBEC 1.5; TSLAC 1.5 Are We Our Own Worst Copyright Enemy? Are you unwittingly creating barriers to information? What are the new threats to fair use? Be in the know about the latest trends regarding copyright law, intellectual property, and fair use. Carrie Russell, director of program on public access to information, Office for Information Technology Policy, American Library Association (Washington, D.C.). Conference Program Committee. Carrie Russell CPE#406: SBEC 1.5; TSLAC 1.5 Books as Hooks to Library of Congress Online Primary Sources Enrich students reading experiences and increase their understanding of history through the use of Library of Congress free online primary sources. Create collaborative inquiry-based learning activities and discover strategies that encourage critical thinking and Gail Petri research skills. Gail Petri, education resource specialist, Office of Strategic Initiatives, Library of Congress (Washington, D.C.). CPE#407: SBEC 1.5; TSLAC 1.5 Collection Development Budget Strategies: Filtering the Chaos What challenges face financially strapped libraries in balancing online and print resources in building timely and relevant collections? Join a panel of academic, school, and public librarians in discussing the impact that collection development can have on the budgeting process. Carolyn Davidson Brewer, assistant director, North Texas Regional Library System; Diane Bruxvoort, associate dean for collection services, University of Houston; Mark Dolive, director, Southeast Library, Tarrant County College; Gay Patrick, director of library media services, Dallas ISD; and Sarah D. Tusa, coordinator of collection development and acquisitions, Lamar University. Acquisitions and Collection Development Round Table. CPE#409: SBEC 1.5; TSLAC 1.5 Dynamic Friends Your Public Library Discover the benefits of having an active public library friends group. Find out how to establish a group and get tips for recruiting and retaining members and officers. Joan Ernst, past president, Real County Friends of the Library; Debbie Neubauer, member, Bulverde/Spring Branch Friends of the Library; and Jerilynn Adams Williams, director, Montgomery County Memorial Library System. and Friends of school libraries. CPE#410: SBEC 1.5; TSLAC 1.5 Futureproofing Your Library Learn how to futureproof your library from two of the library community s leading consultants and thinkers, Joan Frye Williams and George Needham. Williams specializes in making sense of the future; Needham s specialty is laying out the road map to get there. PRESIDENT S PROGRAM George Needham and Joan Frye Williams George Needham, vice president, Global and Regional Councils, OCLC; and Joan Frye Williams, president, Joan Frye Williams. CPE#449: SBEC 1.5 Get A Sneak Peak into Adult Summer 2010 Titles! Join Us for AAP s Summer Book Buzz 2010! 10:15 11:50 a m Hosted by the AAP Trade Libraries Committee, hear from the nation s leading book publishers their top new adult title releases for the Summer of before the hit the shelves.hear what books they re buzzing about, and what they hope you ll be buzzing about with your patrons! Mindy Im, Hachette Book Group; Erica Melnichok, Random House; Talia Sherer, Macmillan; Virginia Stanley, HarperCollins Publishers; Chris Vaccari, Sterling; and a representative from Simon & Schuster. CPE#411: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Get Your Local History Stuff Together! Embarrassed by the chaos in your local history files? Wish you could let the world know about your unique resources? Archivists to the rescue! Learn the basic archival guidelines for organizing and processing your local history treasures into accessible local history collections. A business meeting follows the program. 30 Thursday, April 15

3 Virginia Davis, archivist, El Progreso Memorial Library (Uvalde); T. Matthew DeWaelsche, archivist, Texana/ Genealogy Department, San Antonio Public Library; Will Howard, bibliographer and consultant, Will s Texas (Houston); Leslie Stapleton, director, Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library at the Alamo (San Antonio); and Janis Test, information services librarian, Abilene Public Library. Archives and Local History Round Table and Genealogy Round Table. CPE#412: SBEC 1.5 Grrl Power! Creators of new and classic books discuss how they develop female characters that girls relate to. Join this lively Cari Best discussion of what makes great girl characters whose strengths are as admirable as their weaknesses are laughable. Tracy Dockray Sara Pennypacker Cari Best, author; Tracy Dockray, illustrator, Farrar Straus Giroux; and Sara Pennypacker, author, Disney-Hyperion. Children s Round Table. Making the Most of Your Membership: TLA & You New to TLA? Hear from a panel of seasoned TLA members from public, academic, school and special libraries as they share their experience and how involvement has benefited them personally and professionally. Then join us for light refreshments and chat with representatives from various TLA units to learn more. Cecilia Barham, library director, Decatur Public Library; Walter Betts, systems librarian, Texas Christian University; Coby Condrey, state publications coordinator, Texas State Library and Archives Commission; Maribel Castro, St. John s School (Houston); Karen L. Hopkins, assistant to the dean for planning and assessment, University of Texas at Arlington; and Elizabeth Sargent, special collections librarian and lead archivist, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library. New Members Round Table. CPE#419: SBEC 1.5; TSLAC 1.5 Managing Change in the Information Age This program highlights the multiple approaches that library leaders use to manage change in technology, reference, collection development, and administration. Delene De La Rosa, director, Quitman Public Library; Julie Todaro, dean of library services, Austin Community College; and Zhixian (George) Yi, doctoral student, Texas Woman s University. Chinese American Librarians Association. CPE#414: SBEC 1.5; TSLAC 1.5 Managing with Little; Planning for More Tough times demand great expertise in managing our budgets. Gain and share ideas for setting priorities, gathering information, and Dale McNeill working with funders. Prepare for both good times and bad through careful planning, improved decision making, and strategizing. Dale McNeill, director, Community Library Services Department, Queens Library (NY).. CPE#415: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Marketing Library Services to the Latino Community Bring the Spanish-speaking community to the library and keep them coming back with diverse collections, targeted services and programs, and marketing strategies. A business meeting follows the program. Texas-Mexico Relations Committee, Cultural Diversity Committee, and Library Services to the Spanish Speaking Round Table. CPE#427: SBEC 1.5; TSLAC 1.5 Moving From Design to Completion: Managing Renovation and Building Projects Get savvy about successful management of renovation and building projects. This session provides tips and tricks from real life examples, covers legalities, and identifies possible pitfalls. Joyce E. Baumbach, retired director, Plano Public Library System; Kathleen M. Edwards, director, William T. Cozby Public Library (Coppell); Kathy L. Gilson, director, Aubrey Area Library; and Denelle C. Wrightson, director of library architecture, PSA- Dewberry (Dallas). Supervision, Management, and Administration Round Table. CPE#400a: SBEC 1.5; TSLAC 1.5 Photo Finish: Online Photo Management (Hands On Lab II) 10:15 11:50 a m Have digital photos? Now what? Discover online management services that can make organizing photo collections easier and get hands-on experience Laura Solomon with online tools for photo editing. Optimize your photos for print and for the Web. Add special effects, crop, resize, rotate and fix those not-quite-right photos for enhanced and more professional pictures for use in your library s publications and website. Seating is limited and tickets ($25) must be purchased by March 31 through online preregistration only. Laura Solomon, library services manager, Ohio Public Library Information Network. Conference Program Committee and Automation and Technology Round Table. CPE#416: SBEC 1.5 Poetry Roundup This session is the perfect addition to a conference held during National Poetry Month! Hear poets read from their work. Learn more about the best and latest poetry for kids. Experience the pleasures found in the spoken word and the power of poetry for developing literacy and language. Jen Bryant THURSDAY Leslie Bulion Texas Library Association 2010 Annual Conference Thursday, April 15 31

4 Douglas Florian Laura Purdie Salas Pat Mora Robert Weinstock Jen Bryant, poet/author, Random House Children s Books; Leslie Bulion, poet, Charlesbridge; Douglas Florian, poet, Simon & Schuster; Pat Mora, author, Random House Children s Books; Laura Purdie Salas, poet, Clarion Books; Sylvia Vardell, professor, School of Library and Information Studies, Texas Woman s University; Robert Weinstock, poet, Disney-Hyperion Books for Children. Children s Round Table. CPE#418: SBEC 1.5 Rounding Up Texas Tales: Fractured and Otherwise Folktales are dynamic and Helen Ketteman ever changing. Highlighting some of their popular Texas tales, well-known tellers discuss how folklore provides insight into customs and traditions and can be creatively adapted. Helen Ketteman, author, Albert Whitman & Company; Eric A. Kimmel, president, Shearwater Books, Ltd.; Sue Kuentz, teacher, Stone Oak Elementary School, North East ISD (San Antonio). Conference Program Committee and Storytelling Round Table. Hands on Lab II 10:15 a m - 5:50 pm Get hands-on computer training from experts in the latest technology trends, such as using Google applications, creating digital book trailers, creating your own podcast, building online library communities, and more. See program daily schedules for individual session descriptions. Seating is limited for all Hands On Lab sessions. Tickets ($25) must be purchased by March 31 through online preregistration only. Conference Program Committee and Photo Finish: Online Photo Management 10:15 11:50 a m Working with Wikis 12:00 1:50 pm Library Voices Gone Digital: Try Podcasting 2:00 3:50 pm Get Blogging with the Basics 4:00 5:50 pm Alexandria (Technology Showcase I) 11:00-11:50 a m See Alexandria Library Automation a powerful, fully-integrated, cross-platform library automation system. 11:00 a m - 4:50 pm Need guidance making sense of technology issues and products? Net Fair is a series of noncommercial, educational sessions on technology topics. The Automation and Technology Round Table introduces practical computer applications and current issues relevant to all libraries. See program daily schedules for individual session descriptions. Net Fair I Technology Showcase I 11:00 a m - 4:50 pm The showcase features presentations and demonstrations offering innovations and solutions for your library. See program daily schedules for individual session descriptions. 11:00-11:50 a m Alexandria Product: Alexandria 12:00-12:50 pm Capstone Publishers Product: Capstone Digital EBSCO Publishing Product: EBSCOAdmin 2:00-2:50 pm TLC - The Library Corporation Product: LS2PAC and LS2KIDS 3:00-3:50 pm Gale, part of Cengage Learning Product: IT Config Equinox Software, Inc. Product: Evergreen ILS Software 11:00-11:50 a m: Your Library 1:00-1:50 pm: Doin the Wave the Google Wave 2:00-2:50 pm: Second Life Libraries and Librarians - Notes from a Virtual World 3:00-3:50 pm: Introduction to LibGuides : Open Forum: Automation and Technology Round Table Eric A. Kimmel 32 Thursday, April 15

5 CPE#424a: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Your Library (Net Fair I) 11:00-11:50 a m Learn the basics of Facebook and how you can put it to use at your library. Create groups for your book clubs and teen programs, sign up friends, and put the power of social networking to work for you. The workshop is designed for users at all skill levels. Jennifer Shelly, senior librarian, Valley Ranch Library, Irving Public Library. CPE#434: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Look What I Found! Elementary Students Have Fun with State- Funded Online Resources 11:00 11:50 a m Learn how to effectively use state-funded K-12 databases to address elementary student needs and learning styles. Use these resources to help meet the new Reading/ ELA TEKS and AASL Standards for 21st Century Learners. Pick up ready-made lesson plans. Shannon Baumann, educational specialist, ESC Region 20. Conference Program Committee and Texas Association of School Librarians. CPE#423: SBEC 1.0 YA Novels: Mirrors or Windows to the World? 11:00-11:50 a m Do books help teens see themselves or give glimpses into the world around them? Five authors address this Shana Burg April Lurie Varian Johnson Margo Rabb question and share insights gained from YA reader feedback. Shana Burg, Varian Johnson, April Lurie, Margo Rabb, and Jennifer Ziegler, authors, Random House Children s Books. Young Adult Jennifer Ziegler Round Table. Capstone Publishers: Capstone Digital (Technology Showcase I) 12:00-12:50 pm Engage and inspire students to read with Capstone Digital! Featuring PebbleGo- -the best K-2 animal database and reading practice with books from Capstone Interactive Library. CPE#450: SBEC 0.5 Opening Author Session Luncheon Sponsored by LiFTA. 12:00-1:50 pm Grand Hyatt, 600 East Market Street Elizabeth Berg Elizabeth Berg (author of the ALA Best Book of the Year Durable Goods), Katherine Center (author of the acclaimed The Bright Side of Disaster), and Ingrid Katherine Center Law (author of the Newbery Honor Book Savvy), are an engaging and diverse trio of bestselling writers whose take on life is insightful and humorous. Luncheon tickets Ingrid Law must be purchased by Wednesday, March 31 through the preregistration process. See page 65 for registration form. Menu THURSDAY Field Green Salad with Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Carrots with Balsamic Vinaigrette or Ranch Dressing Spice Rubbed Breast of Chicken Served with Carrots and Rice Pilaf Warm Rolls and Sweet Whipped Butter Chocolate Cake Freshly Brewed Regular and Decaffeinated Coffee and Iced Tea Elizabeth Berg and Katherine Center, authors, Random House, Inc.; and Ingrid Law, author, Penguin Young Readers Group Library Friends, Trustees, and Advocates Round Table. CPE#400b: SBEC 2.0; TSLAC 2.0 Working with Wikis (Hands On Lab II) 12:00-1:50 pm Have you wondered exactly what wikis are and whether you should be using them? If so, this is the workshop that will answer your questions and transport you to this collaborative world. Gain experience with PBWorks and design your own wiki. Seating is limited and tickets ($25) must be purchased by March 31 through online preregistration only. John Hayes, academic technology specialist, Northside ISD (San Antonio). Conference Program Committee and Automation and Technology Round Table. CPE#424b: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Doin the Wave the Google Wave (Net Fair I) 1:00-1:50 pm Ever wonder what might be like if it was invented today in the midst of social networking, instant messaging, photo sharing, blogs, and wikis? Well, it might look a lot like Google Wave. Instead of using separate tools for each of the services listed, it s all combined in a Wave! Come see what the buzz is all about! Christine Peterson, continuing education librarian, Amigos Library Services, Inc. EBSCO Publishing: EBSCOAdmin (Technology Showcase I) Come learn about EBSCO Publishing s administrative module and how to fully integrate the key features, documents, and materials available to you and your library. Texas Library Association 2010 Annual Conference Thursday, April 15 33

6 CPE#462: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 ELA (English Language Arts) TEKS School librarians will cover the research component of the new ELA TEKS, the implementation process, and the implications for libraries and librarians. Dorothy Allen, librarian, MacArthur Ninth Grade School, Aldine ISD; Kimberly Picozzi, librarian consultant, Center for Professional Development, ESC Region 2; and Sally Rasch, librarian, Carroll Academy, Aldine ISD. Conference Program Committee and Texas Association of School Librarians. CPE#457: SBEC 1.0 The Future of Newspapers Newspapers have long been part of the public record. Is there a future for newspapers in the age of digital content and citizen journalism? Will there continue to Georgie Sylvie be a permanent record of news for posterity? Join us for a no-holds-barred look at these crucial issues and the implications for collections and reference services. PRESIDENT S PROGRAM George Sylvie, associate professor, College of Communication, University of Texas at Austin. College and University Libraries Division and Electronic Resources and Serials Management Round Table. CPE#452: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Go Wild with Reading Incentive Programs This session provides techniques school librarians can use to motivate students and parents to participate in reading incentive programs for pre-k through sixth grade. Presenters share creative library programs and activities that support emergent literacy and multiple subject areas. Alpha Omega Cruz-Lopez, librarian, Keeble EC/PK Center, Aldine ISD; and Sheri McDonald, librarian, Birnham Woods Elementary School, Conroe ISD. CPE#458: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC1.0 The Horizon Report on Emerging Technologies What are the new technologies that Keene Haywood you and your students will be using in the next five years? The Horizon Report from the New Media Consortium presents research compiled from colleges, schools, business leaders, and technology professionals about the trends coming your way. Keene Haywood, director of research, New Media Consortium, (Austin). CPE#454: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 L4L Learning 4 Life with the AASL Standards Have you read the AASL standards and guidelines but don t know how to start implementing them? Representatives from the L4L summit will share ways to implement the Standards for the 21st-Century Learner and Guidelines for Empowering Learners in your school, district, and state. Sharon Amastae, librarian, Camino Real Middle School, Ysleta ISD; and Suzanne Lyons, library specialist, Houston ISD. CPE#459: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Mining Treasures from Your Special Collections for Instruction Make your special collections and archives more useful to faculty. Mine your treasures to create a mini-collection of primary and unique sources that support instruction. Speakers will discuss how to improve outreach to faculty and students whether you support K-12 or college communities. L. Pat Bozeman, head of special collections, University of Houston Libraries; Dara Flinn, graduate student, College of Information, University of North Texas; and Elizabeth Sargent, lead archivist, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library. Archives and Local History Round Table. Ellen Hopkins Sonya Sones CPE#455: SBEC 1.0 Novels in Verse: Powerful Poetry for Teens Novels written in verse format are particularly Lisa Schroeder appealing to teen readers who frequently turn to poetry as a way to express themselves and their emotions. The intimate relationship between the reader and the narrator makes poetry a good tool for dealing with sensitive and controversial issues. Ellen Hopkins, Lisa Schroeder, and Sonya Sones, authors, Simon & Schuster Children s Publishing. Young Adult Round Table. CPE#498: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Odd, Offbeat, and Unconventional Genealogy Resources Are you interested in genealogy but need something more than the usual Ancestry. com or Heritage Quest search? Slave and freedman records, ranch and cemetery data, family histories, and other lesser known sources can yield great rewards for your research. Join us for this genealogy discussion for and by librarians. Virginia Davis, archivist, El Progreso Memorial Library (Uvalde); Roxanna Deane, director, Tye Preston Memorial Library (Canyon Lake); Mark Gretchen, author and retired librarian (Seguin); and Laurie Mahaffey, deputy director, Central Texas Library System. CPE#453: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 TexShare Databases for Home-Schoolers The public library is the school library for thousands of home-schooled children. Find out how the TexShare databases are an important resource for this community. 34 Thursday, April 15

7 Mark Stewart, reference librarian, Montgomery County Memorial Library System. Texas State Library and Archives Commission. CPE#460: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Valuing Libraries: Making the Case for Keeping the Doors Open Learn to market the value of your library to your administrators and organizations. An expert walks you through a variety of methods to put a dollar value on programs and services. Case studies will show how actual libraries have selected their valuing criteria to demonstrate cost savings and worth. Margaret A. Carroll, doctoral teaching fellow, College of Information, University of North Texas. Special Libraries Division, Library Friends, Trustees, and Advocates Round Table, Reference Round Table, and Supervision, Management, and Administration Round Table. CPE#461: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Within Arms Reach TTR.10 AwesomeTeen Programs It s time for Texas Teens Read! This Texas State Library reading program promises to entice teens to the library throughout the summer. Authors of the manual will talk about hot summer programs based on the 2010 theme: Within Arms Reach. Kim Archer, public services coordinator, Pasadena Public Library; and Natasha D. Benway, young adult librarian, South Regional Branch Library, Montgomery County Memorial Library System. Young Adult Round Table and Texas State Library and Archives Commission. CPE#474a SBEC.5; TSLAC.5 Digitize Summer Reading with Wikis and Glogs (Contributed Papers Session I) 2:00-2:25 pm See how 7th and 10th grade teachers energized their summer reading program with the implementation of wikis and glogs using services like PBWorks and Glogster. Tracy Wade, technology integration specialist; and Susan Martin, integration specialist, Katy ISD. CPE#424c: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Second Life Libraries and Librarians - Notes from a Virtual World (Net Fair I) 2:00-2:50 pm With more and more librarians entering Second Life, our experience with this virtual and evolving world is growing. Learn more about this interactive environment and the realities of providing services in a virtual community. Lorin Fisher, information literacy coordinator, Texas State University. TLC - The Library Corporation: LS2PAC and LS2KIDS (Technology Showcase I) 2:00-2:50 pm LS2KIDS is the children s version of LS2PAC. Check out the advantages offered by each of these newest library solutions from TLC. CPE#464: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Booktalking YA Reading Lists Lone Star, Tayshas, and the new Maverick committee members entertain and inspire you with booktalks from the current reading lists. Discover dynamic titles and booktalking styles to share with your YA patrons. A business meeting precedes the program. Renee Dyer, head librarian, Weslaco East High School, Weslaco ISD; WyLaina Hildreth, librarian, North Branch, Denton Public Library; and Lori Loranger, librarian, Walsh Middle School, Round Rock ISD. Young Adult Round Table. CPE#465: SBEC 1.5; TSLAC 1.5 Creating a Positive Work Environment: Best Practices for Recognizing Employees How do you recognize valuable employees? Library managers discuss best practices for recognizing employee performance and emphasize non-monetary initiatives and programs. Members of the audience will also be encouraged to share their own techniques. Lea Bailey, director of learning resources, Ratteree Career Development Center, Irving ISD; Ophelia Cespedes, human resources division THURSDAY manager, Houston Public Library; Lori Hughes, director of administrative services, Alkek Library, Texas State University; and Tracey Mendoza, dean of library services, Northeast Lakeview College, Alamo Colleges. Professional Recruitment and Retention Committee. CPE#466: SBEC 1.5; TSLAC 1.5 Graphic Novels: How Visuals Engage Young Readers Authors explore graphic novels for children and explain how this Shannon Hale groundbreaking format engages reluctant and struggling readers. They will also share exciting tidbits about their own work in this genre. Jennifer Holm Jarrett Krosoczka Shannon Hale, author, Bloomsbury Children s Books; Jennifer Holm and Jarrett Krosoczka, authors, Random House Children s Books. Children s Round Table and CPE#467: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Hot Topics Slam Experience short bursts of learning about timely topics. Your colleagues will bring you tools, tips, tricks, soft skills, and other bits of learning to use or share. Practical and fun! A business meeting follows the program. Sian D. Brannon, technical services manager, Denton Public Library; Victoria Lynn Packard, associate professor and reference/document information librarian, Texas A&M University- Kingsville; Angela Palmer, library assistant, Bee Cave Public Library; and John Pecoraro, coordinator, Big Country Library System. CE Providers Interest Group and Texas State Library and Archives Commission. Texas Library Association 2010 Annual Conference Thursday, April 15 35

8 CPE#469: SBEC 1.5; TSLAC 1.5 Literacy in Action: Working with Underserved Populations Interested in taking literacy programs out into the community to reach underserved populations? Hear a panel of experts discuss literacy for teen parents in schools, literacy focusing on fathers as role models, literacy for children of mothers in prisons, and books for babies. Judith Dullnig J. Michael Hall Judith Dullnig, director, Women s Storybook Project of Texas; J. Michael Hall, president Nancy Wallace and founder, Strong Fathers-Strong Families; Stacey Irish-Keffer, youth services librarian, Emily Fowler Central Library, Denton Public Library; Leigh Ann Jones, coordinator of library services, Acker Special Programs Center, Frisco ISD; and Nancy Wallace, co-team leader, Lane Murray Unit, Women s Storybook Project of Texas. Children s Round Table, Texas Association of School Librarians, and Young Adult Round Table. CPE#482: SBEC 1.5; TSLAC 1.5 The Next Generation of Library Automation: Open Source Options Wondering what open source is and how it might benefit your library? Get an overview of open source library system software, discuss how it differs from proprietary software, and examine its use in libraries. Panelists will discuss their experiences with selection and migration to an open source system. Cecilia Barham, director, Decatur Public Library; Jesse Paul Ephraim, director, Roanoke Public Library; Diane Lutz, director of learning media services and David Schuster, library technology coordinator, Plano ISD. CPE#470: SBEC 1.5; TSLAC 1.5 What Do I Do If...? Intellectual Freedom Dilemmas in the School Library Media Program Helen R. Adams The principles of intellectual freedom often fade to gray in school libraries. Former AASL president Helen Adams leads a discussion on the dilemmas faced in selecting resources, providing access to appropriate resources, maintaining confidentiality, and dealing with challenges. Helen R. Adams, online instructor, School Library and Information Technologies Department, Mansfield University (PA). Intellectual Freedom Committee and Texas Association of School Librarians. CPE#426: SBEC 2.0; TSLAC 2.0 The Best of Small Libraries Learn what small libraries do best from the librarians themselves! Hear their great ideas for fundraising, promoting a library mascot, and creating exemplary adult, senior, and children s programming, such as ballet classes, teen lock-ins, teen councils, regional archives, collaborative automation systems, tasting events, and bringing the outdoors into the library. Susan Anderson, director, El Progreso Memorial Library (Uvalde); Yvonne B. Couch, librarian, Marion ISD Community Library; Juanita Hazelton, director, Van Alstyne Public Library; Constance Andrea Keremes, librarian, Boerne Public Library; Patricia Miles, director, Comfort Public Library; and Joyce Miller Trent, director, Leon Valley Public Library. Small Community Libraries Round Table and. CPE#483: SBEC 2.0; TSLAC 2.0 Bluebonnet 101: A How-to for School and Public Librarians This overview of the Texas Bluebonnet Award, a reading program for grades three through six, highlights innovative tips and tricks including free electronic resources to implement, promote, and refine the TBA program in school and public libraries. Door prizes! Dixie Allen, librarian, Harris Academy, Aldine ISD; Lori Alexander Barfknecht, library media specialist, Zachry Middle School, Northside ISD (San Antonio); Cindy Boatfield, librarian, Frisco Public Library; Felice Feldman, librarian, Castle Hills Elementary School, North East ISD (San Antonio); Amy Fuller, library media specialist, Ginnings Elementary School, Denton ISD; Laura Sheneman, clinical assistant professor, Sam Houston State University; Nicki Stohr, director, Wilson County Public Library; Brad Sveter, librarian, Houston Academy, Aldine ISD; Beth Thames, coordinator, Texas Bluebonnet Award Program; Allison Wilson, librarian, Heritage High School, Frisco ISD; and Aundrea Wright-Young, library media specialist, Phyllis Wheatley Elementary School, Dallas ISD. Texas Bluebonnet Award Program Committee. CPE#472: SBEC 2.0; TSLAC 2.0 Building Community Partnerships: 25 Profitable Ideas Come hear 25 Kathy Dempsey ideas for partnering with local businesses and organizations. Build alliances that will help you gain recognition, trade for services, and grow local advocates. Kathy Dempsey, editor, Libraries Are Essential and Marketing Library Services Newsletter. Library Partnerships Committee. CPE#473: SBEC 2.0; TSLAC 2.0 Catch the Reading Express TRC Show and Tell Join Texas Reading Club (TRC) 2010 artist Kim Doner as she shares her art and inspirations. See highlights of Kim Doner programs, music, crafts, and more from the TRC 2010 manual. Bring your best ideas for having a great summer reading program to share at open mic time. Learn everything you need for a successful summer! Kim Doner, author and illustrator. Children s Round Table and Texas State Library and Archives Commission. CPE#475: SBEC 2.0 Coretta Scott King Award Winners: Illustrations to Inspire Children Stories, paper, pens, paint, and colors are necessary equipment to create inspiring illustrations for children. Meet three Coretta Scott King Award winners as they 36 Thursday, April 15

9 discuss the ideas, planning, and process for designing award-winning illustrations. Bryan Collier, author, Henry Holt Books for Young Readers; Frank Morrison, illustrator, Simon & Schuster Children s Publishing; and Brian Pinkney, illustrator, Little Brown Books for Young Readers. Black Caucus Round Table. Brian Pinkney Bryan Collier Frank Morrison CPE#477: SBEC 2.0; TSLAC 2.0 How Do We Stack Up? Outcomes- Based Assessment for Library Instruction Measure the impact of library instruction using rubrics and other practical methods of assessment. A pioneer in Megan Oakleaf outcomes-based assessment for library instruction will show you how to measure learning outcomes, make evidence-based decisions, and provide meaningful data to stakeholders. Megan Oakleaf, assistant professor, ischool, Syracuse University (NY). Library Instruction Round Table, Conference Program Committee, and College and University Libraries Division. CPE#400c: SBEC 2.0; TSLAC 2.0 Library Voices Gone Digital: Try Podcasting (Hands On Lab II) In this interactive introduction to podcasting, you will learn about available software, as well as how to locate existing podcasts and subscribe to feeds. But wait, there s more! You will create your own podcast and learn how this tool might be used in libraries for purposes such as oral histories, interviews, book clubs, tutorials, and library orientations. Seating is limited and tickets ($25) must be purchased by March 31 through online preregistration only. Donald Hawkins, educational specialist, ESC Region 20. Conference Program Committee and CPE#481: SBEC 2.0; TSLAC 2.0 Pay-Per-View Models for E-Journals and E-Books User-driven, pay-per-view (PPV) models for e-journals and e-books are an emerging option for libraries. Panelists offer suggestions for managing a PPV program and discuss their experiences with a range of vendors. Katy Ginanni, e-access and serials librarian, Trinity University; Susan M. Macicak, social sciences bibliographer; and Lindsey Schell, English literature and women s studies bibliographer, University of Texas at Austin. Special Libraries Division and College and University Libraries Division. CPE#478: SBEC 1.5; TSLAC 1.5 Piloting a New Course for Interlibrary Loan in Texas TSLAC staff and ILL Task Force members will provide an update about their activities, including which vendor was selected for the pilot and how the selection was made. Participants from piloting institutions will speak about the progress of the project. A business meeting follows the program. Susan J. Bennett, TexNet coordinator, and Beverley R. Shirley, director of library resource sharing, Texas State Library and Archives Commission; and Adam M. Wright, executive director, North Texas Regional Library System. Interlibrary Loan and Resource Sharing Round Table and. CPE#479: SBEC 1.5 Piper Reed and Me a Conversation with Kimberly Willis Holt A former Navy brat herself, Kimberly Willis Holt discusses how Piper Reed was born of truth and fiction.a business meeting precedes the program. Kimberly Willis Holt THURSDAY Kimberly Willis Holt, author, Henry Holt Books for Young Readers. CPE#471: SBEC 2.0; TSLAC 2.0 Preserving and Accessing Photographs in Special Collections Learn about the basic preservation of photographs and negatives in special collections and the influence of the storage containers and John Waggener the environment in preservation. Discover solutions to common problems associated with the increased handling of photographic materials by patrons. The discussion will also cover issues specific to various photo types. John Waggener, reference archivist, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming. Contributed Papers Session I Colleagues present their papers on a wide range of topics relating to Texas libraries and librarianship. See program daily schedules for individual session descriptions. Digitize Summer Reading with Wikis and Glogs 2:00 2:25 pm Beyond the Avatar: Best Practices for Dynamic Experiences as Librarians Assisting Online Classes 2:30 2:55 pm Creating Videos to Promote Libraries and Services 3:00 3:25 pm Librarians Perceptions of Teaching Credit-Bearing Courses: A Pilot Survey of Librarians at Lutheran Universities 3:00 3:50 pm Texas Library Association 2010 Annual Conference Thursday, April 15 37

10 CPE#480: SBEC 2.0; TSLAC 2.0 Public Libraries: Valuable Assets in Community Disaster Response During times of emergency, well-prepared public libraries have an opportunity to demonstrate the range of services and responses they can provide. Charles R. McClure offers an overview of potential roles for public libraries in community disaster preparation and recovery based on experiences along the Gulf Coast. Charles R. McClure, director, Information Institute, Florida State University.. CPE#476: SBEC 2.0; TSLAC 2.0 Spokane Moms: Advocating for a School Librarian on Every Campus Lisa Layera Brunkan and Susan McBurney from Fund Our Future Washington (FOFW) will energize librarians with the story of their grassroots advocacy movement. FOFW believes that all children deserve access to a well-funded and professionally-staffed school library. Learn how to translate this belief into real change and concrete fiscal results. Lisa Layera Brunkan PRESIDENT S PROGRAM Susan Lloyd McBurney Lisa Layera Brunkan and Susan Lloyd McBurney, co-chairs, Fund Our Future Washington (WA). Legislative Committee and Texas Association of School Librarians. CPE#474b SBEC.5; TSLAC.5 Beyond the Avatar: Best Practices for Dynamic Experiences as Librarians Assisting Online Classes (Contributed Papers Session I) 2:30-2:55 pm The experiences of virtual or embedded librarians offer guidelines for developing best practices and provide insight on how to become an active, effective virtual/ embedded librarian by collaborating with faculty. Lilly Ramin, instructional technologies librarian, Willis Library, University of North Texas; and Starr Hoffman, librarian for digital collections, Government Documents Department, University of North Texas. CPE#474c SBEC.5; TSLAC.5 Creating Videos to Promote Libraries and Services (Contributed Papers Session I) 3:00-3:25 pm Learn how to pick a topic, set the scene, write the script, use video software, create supporting documentation; and educate the staff on how to best utilize the marketing material. Debora Tomaselli, student, Department of Library and Information Sciences, College of Information, University of North Texas. Gale, part of Cengage Learning: IT Config (Technology Showcase I) 3:00-3:50 pm Participants of this session will learn how InfoTrac Configuration (IT Config) allows for customization of InfoTrac search interface, retrieval of usage statistics, linking options, and more. CPE#424d: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Introduction to LibGuides (Net Fair I ) 3:00-3:50 pm LibGuides is a content management program used to create web-based research guides and in-house information updates. Little, if any, HTML experience is necessary, and there is no need to wait for your Web guru to create the pages you need. See how one academic library uses this tool. Tina Herman Buck, technical services librarian, St. Edward s University. CPE#474d: SBEC.5; TSLAC.5 Librarians Perceptions of Teaching Credit-Bearing Courses: A Pilot Survey of Librarians at Lutheran Universities (Contributed Papers Session I) 3:30-3:50 pm The authors researched whether or not librarians at institutions affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) were involved with credit-bearing teaching and, if so, how these teaching responsibilities were assigned, negotiated, structured, and carried out. Sally Carroll-Ricks, systems administrator/ E-resources librarian, Blumberg Memorial Library; and Martha Rinn, university librarian, Texas Lutheran University. CPE#494: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Advocating from the Library Frontlines: Whose Job Is It Anyway? 4:00 4:50 pm In many libraries, there are more people working the frontlines than there are administrators. How do we involve and empower them to articulate the value of their respective libraries at their comfort levels? Library advocacy should be everyone s job, including the librarians and other library staff working the frontlines of our libraries. Camila will share her thoughts about frontline advocacy and appropriate materials to help folks do it! Camila Alire, president, American Library Association and dean emeritus, University of New Mexico & Colorado Camila Alire State University. CPE#484: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Assessing 21st Century Skills in Our Schools How do we assess our learners now that they have moved far beyond paper and pencil in Gail Dickinson their daily routines? This session explores new ways of assessing learners in the 21st century. Gail Dickinson, editor, Library Media Connection. CPE#485: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Blogs and Wikis and Kids...Oh My! Learn how collaboration and using Web 2.0 tools such as wikis, databases, and blogs has changed the face of research in one elementary school with a technologytimid but willing teacher, bored but 38 Thursday, April 15

11 curious students, and a persevering, enthusiastic librarian. Valerie Kuykendall, teacher; and Teresa Wells, librarian, Thompson Elementary School, Mesquite ISD. Equinox Software, Inc.: Evergreen ILS Software (Technology Showcase I) Evergreen is robust, highly-scalable open source library automation software designed for and by librarians, now running in over 400 libraries of every type. CPE#463: SBEC 1.0 The Faces of War Authors discuss their fiction and nonfiction books on war and the impact it has on young adults whose parents or siblings are deployed. Patricia McCormick Marc Aronson Ryan Smithson Marc Aronson, author; Patricia McCormick and Ryan Smithson, authors, HarperCollins Children s Books. Young Adult Round Table. Open Forum: Automation and Technology Round Table (Net Fair I) Do you have suggestions for future TLA conference technology programs? Which technologies would you like to know more about? Please join ATRT for an open forum and give us your feedback. It s never too soon to plan for the TLA 2011 Conference, so we would love to get your ideas! Deanna Frazee, director of library services, Killeen City Library System. Second Life Interest Group Organizational Meeting Are you wondering what virtual worlds, such as Second Life, might offer to libraries and librarians? This informal group will discuss what it means, what librarians have done, and the virtual world presence of the library groups. Get your questions answered about virtual worlds and their impact on the next generation of learners. Talk with librarians who have experienced immersive learning environments in Second Life. CPE#492: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 SpeedGeeking with New Technology Tools SpeedGeeking is similar to speed dating. In this session, you will get up close and personal with several new technology tools such as Flip cameras, e-readers, netbooks, VoiceThread, and Shelfari. After spending a little time with each, perhaps you ll find one that you d like to get to know a bit better or even fall in love with! Lea Bailey; director of libraries, Irving ISD; Mary Elam, library instructional specialist, learning media services, Plano ISD; Teena Garvin, library coordinator, Garland ISD; Diane Lutz, director, learning media services, Plano ISD; Debra Marshall, librarian, Wilson Elementary School, Coppell ISD; Phoebe McAlister, library systems specialists, instructional resource center, Garland ISD; Nancy McGinnis, librarian, Killian Middle School, Lewisville ISD; Gay Patrick, director, library media services, Dallas ISD; Terry Alegria Roper, consultant, Library Cooperative, Region 10 ESC; Mary Lynn Skinner, library instructional specialist, library media services, Plano ISD; Mary M. Woodard, director, library services, Mesquite ISD. Conference Program Committee and Texas Association of School Library Administrators. CPE#493: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Summer Reading on a Shoestring Do economic pressures have your library on a tight budget? Two public librarians share ideas for putting together a stellar summer reading program without breaking your budget. Walk away with a summer s worth of activities. Elizabeth H. Murphy, children s librarian, Yarborough Branch; and Stephanie Shipman, children s librarian, Twin Oaks Branch, Austin Public Library. Children s Round Table. THURSDAY CPE#404: SBEC 1.0 TEA Update 4:00 4:50 pm Find out the latest news from the Texas Education Agency (TEA). Attendees will be briefed on the status of library-related initiatives at TEA, including the ELA TEKS and the K-12 database program. Karen Kahan, director of educational technology, Texas Education Agency. CPE#456: SBEC 1.0 TexShare Membership Expansion Learn about statute changes to TexShare that allow for inclusion of an expanded variety of libraries in the state s largest resource sharing consortium. New membership categories, eligibility requirements, and issues of sustainable funding will be discussed. Kathy Hoffman, executive director, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Library; Ann Mason, TexShare coordinator, and Beverley Shirley, director, library resource sharing, Texas State Library and Archives Commission. Texas State Library and Archives Commission. CPE#499: SBEC 1.0; TSLAC 1.0 Thinking Outside the Building Everyone knows how important library buildings are for books, offices, and computers. Cynthia DeHoyos But what about the outside? Join building and landscape architects as they discuss what can be done for what your patrons see first: landscaping, building facades, and parking lots. Cynthia DeHoyos, senior associate; Edgar Farrera, LEED AP, director of sustainable design, and associate, and Briant Harkiewicz, associate partner, Marmon Mok Architects. Conference Program Committee Edgar Farrera Briant Harkiewicz Texas Library Association 2010 Annual Conference Thursday, April 15 39

12 Cataloging and Metadata Round Table Business Meeting College and University Libraries Division Membership Committee Digital Libraries Round Table Business Meeting Library Support Staff Round Table Business Meeting Media and Related Technologies Round Table Business Meeting TLA Usability Study Meeting CPE#486: SBEC 1.5; TSLAC 1.5 Communicating Across Cultures: Offering Excellent Customer Service to Diverse Populations 4:00-5:20 pm Dale McNeill Participants will acquire techniques to serve people who speak a different language, gain sensitivity in serving patrons from other cultures, and learn outstanding customer service skills. Dale McNeill, director, Community Library Services Department, Queens Library (NY). and CPE#417: SBEC 1.5; TSLAC 1.5 Rags to Riches: Book Recycling for Fun, Fashion, and Furniture 4:00-5:20 pm The Crafty Bibliophile is back to show new creative ways to turn old, worthless, de-commissioned books into works of art, fashion accessories, and furniture for fundraising and programming. Impress your supporters, decision-makers, and customers and look cool and green at the same time! Julie M. Ousley, president, New Braunfels Public Library Advisory Boards. Library Friends, Trustees, and Advocates Round Table. Professional Recruitment and Retention Committee 4:00-5:20 pm Reference Round Table Executive Board 4:00-5:20 pm CPE#400d: SBEC 2.0; TSLAC 2.0 Get Blogging with the Basics (Hands On Lab II) 4:00 pm - 5:50 pm This introduction to blogging will lead you past the why and into the how of creating a library blog. Begin with planning a new blog, discover the variety of free Jason Griffey online blogging tools, and experiment with the pros and cons of each. Gain a solid understanding of multiple blogging options through hands on practice and determine which might be best for your library. Seating is limited and tickets ($25) must be purchased by March 31 through online preregistration only. Jason Griffey, head of library information technology, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Conference Program Committee and Automation and Technology Round Table. Leadership Development Committee Bylaws Committee Executive Board Legislative Committee Planning Committee Program Committee Scholarship Committee Standards Committee District Caucuses 5:00 5:45 pm Library School Receptions & Dinners Tickets must be purchased by Wednesday, March 31, 2010 through the preregistration process, with the exception of the University of Texas at Austin, whose event does not require a ticket. See page 65 for the registration form. Texas Woman s University School Alumni Reception 6:00-7:30 pm Menger Hotel, 204 San Antonio Plaza. University of North Texas College of Information Department of Library Science Alumni Reception and Dinner 6:00 9:00 pm Sunset Station, 1174 East Commerce University of Texas at Austin School of Information Alumni & Friends Reception 6:30 8:00 pm Iron Cactus, 200 River Walk Street, Suite 100 Please RSVP your attendance at or call 512/ University of Houston Clear Lake School of Library and Information Sciences Dinner 6:30 8:30 pm Rio Rio Cantina, 421 East Commerce Street 40 Thursday, April 15

13 THURSDAY Texas Association of School Librarians Private School Libraries Dinner 5:00 10:00 pm Meet the bus at the convention center at 5:00 pm to visit four prominent San Antonio independent schools for a progressive dinner. We ll have hors d oeuvres at St. Luke s Episcopal School and San Antonio Academy, dinner at St. Mary s Hall, and dessert at Keystone School. We ll return to the convention center at 10 pm. New Members Reception 5:45-6:30 pm First-time TLA members are invited to this informal reception with TLA Executive Board members. Black Caucus Round Table Reception 6:00 8:00 pm Grand Hyatt, 600 East Market Street TLA members and 2010 conference attendees join the members of the Black Caucus RT as we thank our program presenters for their participation. Evening with the Authors 6:30-8:30 pm Sunset Station, 1174 East Commerce Street Step out for an evening of fine dining in a historic setting. And by the way, one of the main courses will be some of our favorite gardening authors, who will discuss their works as well as the challenges and solutions to gardening in Texas. Dress is business casual. Dinner tickets must be purchased by Wednesday, March 31, 2009 through the preregistration process. See page 65 for registration form. Menu Mixed Field Green Salad with Ranch or Lime and Ginger Vinaigrette Flatiron Steak with Cabernet Mushroom Demi-glace Asparagus Spears Drizzled with Hollandaise Sauce Duet of Piped Potatoes Sweet Potatoes and Herbed Mashed Potatoes Cheesecake with Strawberry, Raspberry or Chocolate sauce Baked Breads and Sweet Cream Butter. Freshly Brewed Regular and Decaffeinated Coffee and Iced Tea Kelly Conrad Bender, author, Texas A&M University Press; Steve Huddleston, author, Fort Worth Botanic Gardens; Ruth Kassinger, author, HarperCollins Publishers; Cindy Meredith, founder of theherbcottage.com and blogger/columnist, The Herb Companion Magazine; Matt Turner, author, University of Texas Press. Kelly Conrad Bender Steve Huddleston Matt Turner Ruth Kassinger CIndy Meredith Black Caucus Round Table. Texas Media Awards Presentation 6:00-8:00 pm Grand Hyatt, 600 East Market Street Small Community Libraries Round Table Dessert Social 7:00-9:00 pm Radius Center & Gallery, 106 Auditorium Circle The Texas Media Awards promote excellence in student media production and its importance in life-long learning by recognizing the most outstanding entries in nine media categories, including photography, multimedia, videography, animation, graphic design, Web design, and music composition. Students from all over Texas receive awards and showcase their work. Media and Related Technologies Round Table, Texas Association of School Librarians, and Texas Media Awards Committee. The Small Community Libraries Round Table will host a dessert social this evening at Radius, a hip, downtown Center and Gallery. Take a break, enjoy the art, and come visit with other librarians. Small Community Librarian of the Year will be announced. Small Community Libraries Round Table. Doo-Wop Sock Hop 8:00 pm - 12:00 a m Sunset Station, Depot 3, 1174 East Commerce. Bee-Bop with the Doo-Wops. This is the don t miss event for hip librarians. Tickets may be purchased by Wednesday, March 31 through the preregistration process or at the door. See page 65 for registration form. Doo-Wop Intergalactic Round Table. Texas Library Association 2010 Annual Conference Thursday, April 15 41

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