Latinos and Librarianship
Guerena, Salvador, Erazo, Edward, Library Trends
IN THEIR ARTICLE, THE AUTHORS COMPREHENSIVELY assess the history and development of library services to Latinos. They discuss the history, role, and impact of key professional associations, such as the American Library Association and REFORMA. They identify, analyze, and discuss the relevance of major studies, reports, and other publications, calling attention to the paucity that prevails in the professional literature that addresses this large and growing population. The authors identify key leaders in the profession and discuss their seminal contributions. They give a synopsis of special institutes and conferences that propel the discourse on how to meet the growing …
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Publication information: Article title: Latinos and Librarianship. Contributors: Guerena, Salvador - Author, Erazo, Edward - Author. Journal title: Library Trends. Volume: 49. Issue: 1 Publication date: Summer 2000. Page number: 138+. © 2008 Johns Hopkins University Press. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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