Amigos Library

Biblioteca Amigos Library

Amigos training courses cover an array of topics important to libraries: from OCLC to the Internet, preservation to imaging, and reference and technical services to management and technology. Amigos provides educational services face-to-face or online. Search or browse the catalog to find the topic, date, and location best for you.

A complete listing of all classes available through Amigos' Continuing Education and Imaging & Preservation Services.

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A listing of current schedules for courses offered by Amigos’ Continuing Education and Imaging & Preservation Services.

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Amigos Library Services presents several online conferences each year exploring topics and trends of current interest to the library community.

Throughout the year, Amigos provides unique continuing education opportunities. These opportunities can include co-sponsored and regional events or reduced registration costs for conferences.

A collection of frequently asked questions that covers everything from registration to various workshop policies.

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  • Amigos Library Services, Inc. is dedicated to serving libraries. Amigos began in 1974 in Dallas, Texas, as AMIGOS Bibliographic Council, when 22 libraries united to bring OCLC access to the southwestern United States. A not-for-profit organization, Amigos is today one of the nation’s largest library resource-sharing networks and a leader in...

  • Amigos Library Services, Inc. is dedicated to serving libraries. Amigos began in 1974 in Dallas, Texas, as AMIGOS Bibliographic Council, when 22 libraries united to bring OCLC access to the southwestern United States. A not-for-profit organization, Amigos is today one of the nation’s largest library resource-sharing networks and a leader in...

  • The TexShare program is a statewide resource-sharing consortium of hundreds of member libraries in Texas, United States administered by the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC). The TexShare program maximizes the effectiveness of library expenditures by enabling member libraries to share staff expertise, share electronic and...


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