10 edition of Library service to Spanish speaking patrons found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 191-202) and index.
|Statement||Sharon Chickering Moller.|
|LC Classifications||Z711.8 .M65 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 207 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||00045090|
“Survival Spanish for Library Staff” Audio Tape from Infopeople Track 1 Welcome to “Survival Spanish for Library Staff” presented by Infopeople. Listening and following along with this audio recording will help you build confidence in communicating with Spanish-speaking patrons in your library. This recording includes: • Basic Vocabulary. Among them, Spanish is by far the most commonly spoken language (77 percent). For nearly 45 years, REFORMA, the American Library Association (ALA) affiliate dedicated to promoting library and information services to Latinos, has been advocating on behalf of Spanish-speaking : Grace Hwang Lynch.
Eligibility for Talking Book Library Service BARD: Braille and Audio Reading Download; Find Talking Books, Braille Books, and Magazines Adult Services Note: We into “centers,” has educational resources for children and adults as well as job finding sources and a section for Spanish speaking patrons. Patrons then return items they have taken out the previous week and, three at a time, they come out of their cell block seeking a new item. They are offered any two items, or four comics, as well as the daily newspaper that the volunteers happen to bring in—we make sure to also bring in Spanish newspapers for Spanish-speaking patrons.
First and foremost, I work at the reference desk answering questions for library users, trouble shooting computers, helping people find books, and suggesting books to people who aren't sure what they want. I speak Spanish, so I often help Spanish-speaking patrons. I also select books for the Library in Spanish, Portuguese, French, and Chinese. Services for Spanish-speaking People are available through the Library throughout Forsyth County with our outreach program. Adult Outreach The Library offers special services to patrons who are homebound, institutionalized, or otherwise unable to visit one of our library buildings.
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Library Service to Spanish Speaking Patrons: A Practical Guide (Teacher Ideas Press) 1st Edition by Sharon Moller (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. 5/5(2). If your library serves a Latino population, you'll want this book. It will help you better serve the needs of Spanish-speaking patrons of all ages.
The author gives background information on various Hispanic groups, explaining some of the cultural differences that can lead to by: 3.
Get this from a library. Library service to Spanish speaking patrons: a practical guide. [Sharon Chickering Moller] -- If your library serves a Latino population, you'll want this book. It will help you better serve the needs of Spanish-speaking patrons of all ages. The author gives background information on various.
This book is a guide for librarians and media specialists who recognize the value of bilingual-bicultural education and are looking for ideas to develop library services for their Spanish-speaking patrons.
Chapter one gives a brief history of Spanish-speaking people in the United States, as well as cultural characteristics, family role, socioeconomic factors, and level of Cited by: 3.
We make it possible for you to offer Spanish materials without speaking the language. What's more, Brodart's accurate, robust book-in-hand cataloging records help your Spanish-speaking patrons easily find the titles they want. We take care of the following, so you don't have to. Evaluate Spanish materials from a variety of sources.
If your library serves a Latino population, you'll want this book. It will help you better serve the needs of Spanish-speaking patrons of all ages. The author gives background information on various Hispanic groups, explaining some of the cultural.
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It is a highly resourceful tool that goes a long way. Libraries should always consider Spanish and English as options when purchasing books, magazines, and newspapers.
If possible, providing government forms, financial aid forms, and other informative forms in Spanish really makes Spanish-speaking patrons feel welcomed and appreciated. Survival Spanish Skills Project Advisory Committee, (MCLS). Staff Library Guide to Assist the Spanish Speaking Patron.
Metropolitan Cooperative Library System, Tregenza, Elaine & Millard, Joanne. Speaking Spanish in the Library/A Spanish and English Vocabulary for Library Users. Yuma City-County Library. Yuma, Arizona, September At BPL, we have had a Spanish Checkout Guide for many years.
The guide introduces new patrons to our services and library card policies. When signing up new cardholders, I have used this to help me explain the card in a way that will make the most sense to Spanish-speaking patrons.
Velez moved in with her brother, a US citizen, and at his suggestion enrolled in a free Spanish GED program offered at the Waukegan (Ill.) Public Library (WPL).
She earned her degree in just a few months. Now Velez and her son serve as volunteer library promotores, helping other Latinos to take advantage of free Continue reading Connecting Latinos with.
The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS), part of the Library of Congress, has named the Washington Talking Book and Braille Library (WTBBL) of Seattle as the Network Library of the Year for NLS today presented the annual award, which carries a $1, cash prize, during a ceremony at the Library of Congress’ Thomas.
“We are lucky to have a native Spanish speaker on staff who can work directly with our Spanish-speaking patrons to ensure they are receiving the same high-quality library service we work to provide all our patrons,” said Danielle Miller, WTBBL Director. A statewide service, the Washington Talking Book & Braille Library is a program of the.
The NYSTBBL offers a Spanish language digital talking book player by request to Spanish speaking patrons. The player announces machine settings in Spanish. If you are interested in a Spanish language player or you would like to receive Spanish audio titles, please contact our reader advisors.
The Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library, part of The New York Public Library, serves patrons who are eligible to borrow materials from the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) in the five boroughs of New York City and Long Island.
For more information see The Library is seeking an Outreach Assistant to build Work Location: Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library (LBL), Manhattan,NY. ALSC announces the Día Family Book Club Curriculum. If you are a children's librarian looking for help in better serving your Spanish-speaking patrons, but you don't speak Spanish yourself, have no fear.
This site will provide resources to help you communicate, learn more about latino and hispanic cultures, find great children's books in. Copies may be paid using coins, bills, or print account-enabled library cards.
Spanish Language Outreach Service. A Spanish speaking staff member is on-site to assist patrons who wish to apply for a library card, borrow materials, fill out applications and forms, read instructions and register for.
What percentage of your patrons (library users) speak Spanish. Please enter an approximate percentage of Spanish speakers among your library users.
Percentage of Spanish speaking patrons Number Percentage % 39 40% % 23 24% 40 % 8 8% % 6 6% 80 % 8 8% TOTAL 84 86%. These resources for libraries serving Spanish-speaking patrons including outreach, marketing, programming, and computer related resources.
This has grown as a result of the many experiences, successes, best practices, and strategies shared by libraries and staff from around the country who participated in WebJunction's Spanish Language Outreach Program.
As a Spanish speaker I helped locate the section he was looking and then we went through the available items. The section of Spanish books is small, but he appreciated that there was one and that he could read in his native language.
Though the Library provides a service that is a seemingly small part of the patron's week, it means a lot to : Edwin Guzman.
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Fiction genres range from romance to mystery, science fiction to classic. Non-fiction subjects include: travel, history, self-improvement, business, politics, sports, and philosophy.Every Child Ready to Read @ your library Toolkit for Spanish-Speaking Communities contains everything you need to offer Every Child Read to Read programming for your Spanish-Speaking patrons.
This digital download is a turnkey product and includes the following Spanish-language PowerPoint presentations.