The Transportation Library Connectivity & Development Pooled Fund Study is a consortium of libraries in the DOTs and UTCs working cooperatively to enhance library services among its membership. We serve our members and the entire transportation information community with products and services we design and select for tangible, lasting benefits for librarians and researchers.
Welcome to our fifth and final annual meeting! Our study concludes on September 30, 2015. The past five years have been packed with the work of strengthening library connectivity through the collaborative efforts of our members and partners. We have accomplished so much!
Please join us for these open sessions -- all are welcome!
Monday, August 17
2:00-3:00 pm CST
Geek Squad for Libraries, James King, Branch Chief & Information Architect, National Institutes for Health (WebEx)
Audio for all: 573-526-3993, conference ID: 21948#
Tuesday, August 18
Librarians & OSTP Open Access Compliance, Mary Moulton & Sarah Young (WebEx)
EOS/SirsiDynix Consortium ILS Demo and Discussion (WebEx)
The Transportation Library Connectivity & Development Pooled Fund Study has leveraged its resources to accomplish the common goals of our members and collaborative partners in the regional TKNs.
Each year, members submit project proposals that are voted on by the Technical Advisory Committee. Approved projects are funded and executed according to the proposal and subsequent workplan developed by the project team.
This guide is a place to learn about the projects and products we have produced to deepen and enrich library connectivity in the transportation library community.
We welcome opportunities to partner with TKNs, transportation agencies and libraries. Connect with us!
The Transportation Library Connectivity and Development Pooled Fund Study is a library consortium with 22 members in 21 states. We focus on member services such as subscription management, group discounted pricing, special projects and professional development opportunities for our members.
All transportation organizations are welcome: State DOTs, University Transportation Centers, consulting engineering companies, contractor associations, etc… State DOTs may use 100% SP&R federal funds to contribute to the study.
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