TLS Members e-Newsletter

Members eNewsletter
At least four times a year, TLS members are rewarded at their inboxes with a copy of the Labyrinth Society e-newsletter. It serves as a means of direct communication with the membership and provides an historical record of the Society.

A New Look for the TLS Research Link

The 'Research' link on the TLS website has a new look thanks to the efforts of John Rhodes, Kay Whipple, and the TLS Research Committee.  Marty Cain was the first chair of the TLS Research Group, followed by Kimberly Saward, Lilian Laishley, and John Rhodes. During John’s tenure, the Research Bibliography project was initiated and completed. This tool has been invaluable since it provided a unique collection of labyrinth research, master's theses, and dissertation abstracts that were easily accessible electronically, and the resource includes other articles that were written which focused on labyrinths. 

After the Bibliography was created, various entries were categorized for ease of location.  John continued to work on this part of the process until fall 2011.  At the encouragement of Kay Whipple at the Taos Gathering, the TLS Research Committee reviewed the categories and bibliography entries and volunteered to update categories for the purpose of making the Research site more user friendly.  Once these updated categories were given to Kay, she graciously spent time linking each entry in the bibliography to a category.  We hope that you will enjoy the ease of finding specific articles related to topics for which you are searching.  Check out the new research bibliography now, or visit the TLS Facebook page to find a post with the new link information.

Diane Rudebock, Ed. D., R.N.Chair,

TLS Research Committee

Associate Professor, University of Central OKEdmond, OK