Libraries Helping Speakers of Other Languages

January 2004
Monkeyshines on the Library...Information for You!;2004, p58
Provides information on the services offered by libraries in the U.S. to linguistic minorities. Diversity in the U.S. population; Aim of the language learning services offered by libraries; Concept of the English as a Second Language program.


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