TLA Julie Todaro: Assessing Your Library

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The Texas Library Association will be hosting a series of webinars presented by nationally-recognized management trainer Julie Todaro. Ms. Todaro has worked in academic and public libraries and has her all-level school library certification. She is the author of Haworth Community and Junior College Libraries quarterly column "Nothing But Net" and LAMA's quarterly column "The Truth is Out There." Julie holds her BS in English and History from The University of Texas at Austin (1970), her MLIS from UT's School of Library and Information Science (1972) and her Doctorate in Library Service from Columbia University's School of Library Service, New York (1984).

Assessing Your Library
Thursday, April 21, 2011 3:00 pm. ET 60 min.
Libraries now need to justify their existence based on the value of their services. In the new normal, reporting data on usage and impact has become more important than ever before. Join this webinar to learn what you can do immediately no matter what kind of data you gather and what you can do in the future in the face of cutbacks and other major changes.

TLA webinars are easy to use. The ReadyTalk platform generally requires no downloads and will work with a wide variety of Internet speeds. Registered participants will receive access instructions on the Friday before each webinar and again in a reminder on the day of the event.

Pricing for Premium Webinars

TLA Members $45; Non-members $55

Series Rate: All three - Assessment, Strategic Planning and Annual Report webinars $35 each.

Group Rate: $35 per person for groups of five or more, must be paid in one sum.

For more information and registration, please contact the TLA Registration Coordinator at or 800-580-2852 or visit

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