Transportation Librarians Roundtable

Upcoming Sessions

  • December 8, 2016
    TOPIC: Visualizing Transportation Collections using Tableau
    SPEAKERS: Mary Moulton, Digital Librarian,& Nicole Strayhorn, intern, National Transportation Library

  • January 26, 2017
    TOPIC: Challenges and Opportunities in Providing Access to Transportation Collections
    SPEAKERS: Dawn Reinhardt, FHWA Research Library; Qin Tang, MnDOT Library; Lamara Williams, NCDOT Library; Anlin Yang, National Transportation Library

The TLR will be held on the second Thursday of each month for one hour starting at 2:00pm EDT.

How to participate

To participate, access the following web site:
Phone number (for audio portion): 1-877-336-1274
Conference Room Number (passcode): 5759713

To help ensure that your system is properly configured for participation in the web conference, please use the following link to test your setup:


The Transportation Librarians Roundtable (TLR), a monthly web conference series, is an initiative of the National Transportation Library (NTL), co-sponsored by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), Transportation Research Board, and the Special Libraries Association's Transportation Division.

The TLR's purpose is to provide transportation librarians with opportunities to learn more about issues of mutual concern and interest and also to have a new means of regular communication among members of that community.

For further information on the TLR, or to suggest possible future topics, please contact Amanda J. Wilson, NTL Director, at or 202-366-2480 or Bob Cullen, AASHTO Information Resource Manager, at or 202-624-8918.

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