Examples of public libraries with Spanish sections
Examples of public libraries with Spanish sections:
Multnomah County Library: The Spanish portion of this site includes information about Hispanic Heritage Month, people and stories, classes to learn English and local activities.
San Francisco Public Library: This site includes information about classes, exhibitions, events and employment opportunities.
Denver Public Library: This site includes all the basic library information plus it discusses Latin pop music, health and medicine, citizenship and immigration information and learning English.
Los Angeles Public Library: Some items on this site can only be accessed by members. However, there is information regarding Hurricane Katrina, internet resources and library services in Spanish that anyone can access.
Las Vegas- Clark County Library District: This site includes book recommendations, parenting programs, and learning English programs.
Fresno County Public Library: This site includes many links to information on the web such as consumer information, computer instruction, health and medicine information and various Spanish newspapers and magazines.
Marin County Free Library: Every page on this site can be translated into Spanish by clicking on the En Espanol, blue button. There is an exercise on how to use the mouse, internet information, fiction books in Spanish and a link to an online Encyclopedia.