The Music Library Association Technical Reports Series, despite its rather dry title has encompassed a broad range .
What does TMLA stand for?
TMLA stands for The Music Library Association
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We have 7 other meanings of TMLA in our Acronym Attic
- Tow Missile Launcher
- Toyo Media Links Corporation (Japan)
- Trans Manche Link (consortium building the Channel Tunnel)
- Transducer Markup Language (application)
- Transportable Moisture Limit
- Truck Mounted Launcher
- Tutorial Markup Language
- Teaching Modern Languages to Adults (academic degree)
- Ten Mile Lake Association (Hackensack, MN)
- The Mary Louis Academy (est. 1936; Jamaica, NY)
- Trademark License Agreement (intellectual property)
- Travel Mart Latin America (tourism fair)
- Terminating Message Line Blocks
- Table Mountain Language Centre (Capetown, South Africa)
- Target Marketing List Corporation
- Television Music Licensing Committee
- The Mailing List Centre (est. 1970; Australia)
- The Missing Link Company
- Thinking Maps Learning Community
- Thomas More Law Center (Ann Arbor, MI)
Samples in periodicals archive:
This year, IAML-US was merged with the Music Library Association, the primary music library organization in the US.
The Music Library Association (MLA) long maintained an employment file at the New York Public Library's Music Division, and later offered an annual subscription service to the "informal and irregular" print version of the Job List.
The Music Library Association has financed and implemented a new website for the conference, which can be accessed at www.
The issue of racial and ethnic diversity, however, is one of crucial interest for the Music Library Association (MLA) because it is an area where the organization traditionally lags behind peer organizations and the profession in general.
In February I had, for the first time, the pleasure of attending the annual meeting of the Music Library Association in Chicago.
She was one of the first two members of the NACO-Music Project to undergo the series training program at the Library of Congress (LC) when it was offered to non-LC staff in the mid-1990s, and in 1997 she cotaught a day-long workshop on music series with Phillip De Sellem of LC as part of a preconference con-tinuing-education workshop cosponsored by MOUG and the Music Library Association at the MLA meeting in New Orleans.
The Music Library Association has announced its 2011 election results.