Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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What is the MyTSHA Dashboard?

The MyTSHA Dashboard is the portal to TSHA’s digital resources. On the dashboard, you can download and read our eBooks, watch archived Texas Talks webinars, and more.

Do I have to be a TSHA member to use the MyTSHA Dashboard?

No, you do not need to be a TSHA member to use the dashboard; however, only members have full, ad-free access to all of the dashboard's content and resources. If you are not a member of TSHA, you will be able to:

  • Download anything that has guest access enabled
  • Watch featured Texas Talks videos

How do I confirm my Membership Status?

Confirm your membership status using your TSHA Wild Apricot membership login.

If your Membership is showing Lapsed or Dropped and you believe that this is in error, reach out to the Membership Manager.

I’m having technical issues with the dashboard. Who can I contact?

You may email the Membership Manager. The Membership office is open Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm, so weekend inquiries will be answered on Mondays.

I have non-Membership questions about TSHA, how do I reach other departments?

Please visit the contact page at

I would like to become a member of TSHA. How can I join?

We appreciate your interest in supporting our mission to foster the appreciation, understanding, and teaching of the history of Texas. You can join TSHA and receive full access to the MyTSHA dashboard by joining via this link: This page also contains details about the Membership benefits for each level. If you would like to pay via check, you may contact the Membership Manager, or call (512) 695-8784.

I would like to make a donation to support TSHA’s programs or annual fund. How do I do this?

Annual Fund and program donors are critically important to TSHA’s current and future success. We would love to have your support. To make your gift online, go to: You may also call our main line: (512) 471-2600.

I have items, ephemera or books that I am looking to donate. Will TSHA accept them?

Unfortunately, TSHA does not maintain an archive or special collections. For more information about organizations in Texas that may be able to handle such requests, visit the Frequently Asked Questions page on our main TSHA website.