This area of WebJunction offers resources for libraries serving Spanish-speaking patrons including outreach, marketing, programming, and computer related resources. The resources have 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. Your experiences, templates, and questions are all welcome here if you work to support services for Spanish speakers.
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News / Last Modified: 03 June 2014
WebJunction's Competency Index for the Library Field was conceived primarily as a foundation of knowledge, skills and attitudes for U. S. public libraries. Since the first publication in 2009 and continuing with the updated 2014 edition, the...
Document / Last Modified: 03 June 2014
Translation of WebJunction's updated 2014 edition of the Competency Index for the Library Field into Spanish
Document / Last Modified: 08 May 2014
Ideally every library would have staff who could speak the languages represented in their community. The reality is that library staff are often called upon to serve patrons who speak another language. Here are resources that can help.
Webinar / Last Modified: 03 February 2014
Archive and associated resources for May 26, 2010, webinar with Emily Klopstein, Loida Garcia-Febo and Carol Brey-Casiano on library services and ways to advocate for services to Spanish speakers.
News / Last Modified: 10 September 2013
As part of an ongoing collaboration with the U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (DOL/ETA) and the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), WebJunction is pleased to update you on employment and training resources ...