Starting Immigration Services at Your Library

Jun 29, 2017

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The Public Library Association (PLA) in partnership with ALA’s Office for Diversity, Literacy and Outreach Services (ODLOS) is presenting a free webinar, “Starting Immigration Services at Your Library,” on Wednesday, July 26, at from 12-1 p.m. MDT.

Are you interested in learning how to incorporate immigration services into the library? In this webinar, the Immigration Advocates Network (IAN) to share valuable information about their free online tools—immi and Citizenshipworks—which can be used to expand the capacity of your citizenship corner and provide people with self-guided immigration legal assistance. IAN will also discuss the ways libraries are currently using immi and Citizenshipworks in its branches. In addition, two public librarians engaged in working with the immigrant population in their communities will give examples of citizenship workshops and other programs at their libraries aimed towards immigrant patrons.

Learn more and register.

Wyoming librarians may also want to explore the citizenship resources in the Adult Learning Center in Learning Express Library and our training video (YouTube) on this resource.

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