Serving New Immigrant Communities in the Library
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited (April 30, 2007)
"Cuban provides a guide for librarians interested in developing their institution's services for new immigrant communities. Coverage includes knowing and planning for new immigrants' needs, assessing community needs and assets, gathering resources for serving new immigrant communities, communicating competently with new immigrant communities, changing library policies to meet new needs, accommodating new immigrants with library services, building multicultural collections for new immigrant communities, and connecting new immigrants to learning opportunities."
– Reference & Research Book News
SONDRA CUBAN is a Lecturer in the Department of Educational Research at Lancaster University, England. A former ESOL and ABE teacher, she also worked as a librarian in Hawai'i.