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College and University Libraries Division
The College and University Libraries Division (CULD) of the Texas Library Association promotes the interests of libraries and librarians in universities and community colleges throughout Texas. The Division has almost 700 librarians from community colleges and public and private universities. If you aren't already a member, join!
Reward yourself as a member of one of many CULD committees or volunteer to help on one of their projects. Volunteering is an opportunity to show your support for academic libraries in Texas and to meet librarians from across the Lone Star State!
For a history about CULD, check out Julie Alexander's Chronology and Other Really Good Stuff Concerning the College and University Libraries Division of the Texas Library Association. The history was prepared for the 2001 TLA centennial celebration.
Check out CULD's blog posts at culd.wordpress.com
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Created on Mar 21, 2010 | Last updated August 29, 2013