The Transportation Library Connectivity Pooled Fund Study is a
grassroots effort by librarians and information professionals in 22
state departments of transportation, two university transportation centers and a metropolitan transportation authority.
Since 2005 members have been pooling their talents, energy and resources to develop better ways to serve practitioners in
transportation agencies. A full-time consultant provides technical
assistance to member libraries and carries out a ten-point annual work
plan aimed at improving information access throughout the
See our Year Four Report "Resources for Innovation" for a review
of pooled fund initiatives and joint activities with the National Transportation
Library and regional Transportation Knowledge Networks.
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Conclusion of TPF-5(105)
The Library Connectivity Pooled Fund study is drawing to a close. The Final Report of the study and minutes from the final meeting in Madison in September will soon be posted. A new pooled fund study, Transportation Library Connectivity and Development is in development. Please see the Transportation Pooled Fund website for details: http://www.pooledfund.org/projectdetails.asp?id=1271&status=1
Call for Poster Proposals - TRB 90th Annual
Meeting, January 23-27, 2010
Search, Discovery and Current Awareness: New and Innovative Uses of Online Research Tools in Transportation Research and Implementation
The Committee on Library and Information Science for Transportation (LIST, ABG40) invites you to submit proposals for a poster session focusing on new and innovative uses of practical online search, discovery and current awareness tools that can give modern transportation professionals a competitive edge. Posters will be displayed at the TRB Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, January 2011. No paper is required for posters in this session. Deadline to submit proposals: Friday, September 17, 2010.
Joint Pooled Fund-MTKN Meeting
September 15-16, 2010
We are holding our 6th and final annual meeting in conjunction with the MTKN annual meeting this year in Madison, WI. On September 15th, TPF-5(105) is wrapping up five years of work and looking ahead to the Transportation Library Connectivity and Development pooled fund scheduled for 2011 under the leadership of Missouri DOT. The MTKN will conduct its annual business meeting on September 16th. More details and agendas coming soon!