Welcome to the Cross Timbers Library Collaborative


2020 CTLC Conference Update

The 2020 CTLC Conference remains scheduled for August 7, 2020.  We will continually monitor information shared by the CDC and local health authorities and provide updates in the coming weeks to ensure the health and safety of our attendees and staff.  The 2020 CTLC Committee will also explore options to host the conference in a way that allows us to safely and productively share our work in the case that our traditional conference cannot be held.

Thank you for your patience and we encourage you to continue submitting proposals for the conference. 

2020 Registration and Call for Proposals Now Open!

Welcome library professionals!

We're looking forward to seeing you at the 8th Annual 2020 CTLC Conference. This is an opportunity to come together to celebrate the exciting trends within our field and learn from our peers.  


Registration for the 2020 Cross Timbers Library Collaborative Conference is now open!

Register Here

Cost:  $25

When: August 7th, 2020

Where: TWU Blagg-Huey Library 1200 Frame St, Denton, TX 76209

Call for Proposals

With technology becoming more widespread, libraries need to embrace innovation and collaboration to connect with our community of current and potential patrons. If you have made innovative changes within your library or have facilitated collaboration among your staff or community, we want to learn from you.

Want to present at the 2020 Conference?  Fill out our form here

Deadline for submissions is April 17!


Questions about the conference? Contact us at (940) 898-3769 or ashapiro1@twu.edu

Welcome to the Cross Timbers Library Collaborative

The Cross Timbers Library Collaborative (CTLC) is an established group for library professionals in the Cross Timbers region.  We welcome librarians and library staff from southeastern Kansas across Central Oklahoma to Central Texas to take part in this collaboration of ideas, best practices and continued partnership.  Our mission is to serve the Cross Timbers region through staff development, resource sharing and innovative programming.

We are building a stronger network of current and future library professionals through our conference attendees and our Facebook resource center