• Course Summary

    “Museums, libraries and archives can best serve the public by making their programs and facilities as broadly accessible as possible. This means thinking expansively about how to be widely-inclusive, welcoming, and collaborative.” – The Institute of Museum and Library Services 

    The Inclusive Library series of five webinars was developed to meet the agency’s goal of ensuring that all Texans receive responsive library services, including Texans from traditionally marginalized populations.
    This webinar, the third in the series, provides practical information and resources for librarians on providing better service to immigrants and refugees in your community. Attendees were asked to submit questions in advance. Diana Miranda-Murillo from the Austin Public Library answered those questions and more during this live event. Diana has been involved with developing programs or services for immigrants at the Austin Public Library for the last 12 years. 

    Original air date: April 13, 2017
    Last reviewed: December 19, 2019

    1 CE hour