Sunday, February 17, 2008

Library services to immigants study

Best practices for immigrant outreach
Public library strategies that help communities successfully welcome new Americans are explored in a new publication from the Urban Libraries Council. The study identifies five broad strategies for successful immigrant inclusion and community adaptation and shows how these strategies can be translated as public library outreach and programming.
Milam, D., & Ashton, R. (2008). Welcome, Stranger: Public Libraries Build the Global Village. Chicago: Urban Libraries Council.

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