[Libs-Or] Second Notice: The latest issue of the Oregon Library Association Quarterly is now available!

Charles Wood wuchakewu at gmail.com
Sun May 14 23:03:00 PDT 2017

The latest issue of the OLA Quarterly is now available!  This is the second
notice for those who haven't had time to look at this issue, and an effort
to get more readers for the authors who worked hard to share their
experience and knowledge with us.  The theme for this issue is REFORMA
Oregon Chapter, and the Guest Editor is Martin Blasco of WCCLS. From
Martin's introduction: "REFORMA Oregon, as a chapter of the national
organization and as a round table of OLA, is open to anyone who works or
would like to work with Latinos, or is interested in learning about this
community." In this issue, five librarians describe their incredible
efforts in their communities, and how REFORMA Oregon has provided the
support and resources to help them with their goals. See if someone you
know wrote an article!

Full issue: http://commons.pacificu.edu/olaq/vol22/iss4/

>From the Guest Editor

By Martin Blasco, Outreach Librarian for Latino and Multicultural Services,
Washington County Cooperative Library Services.


Impacting Rural Hispanic Communities by Reaching Out, Connecting and
Providing Services at Different Levels

By Patty Lara, Outreach Specialist, Hood River County Library District.


Change is the only Constant: Serving the Latinx Community With Help From

By Gabriela Martinez Mercier, Library Assistant II, Columbia Gorge
Community College Library.


Las Historias de Latinos en Oregon: Canby, Oregon - An Oral History Project
Collaboration Between a Librarian and an Archivist

By Natalia M. Fernandez, Curator and Archivist, Oregon Multicultural
Archives & OSU Queer Archives, OSU Libraries: Special Collections and
Archives Research Center.


Libros for Oregon: Collections Connect Communities A New LSTA Grant to Help
More Oregon Libraries Take Advantage of the Guadalajara Book Fair

By Deborah Gitlitz, Outreach Librarian, Bibliotecaria Comunitaria,
Wilsonville Public Library.


Collection Diversity Has No Borders: A Librarian’s Experience at FIL,

By Patricia Moran, Spanish Bilingual Youth Librarian, Multnomah County
Library, St. Johns Branch.


Thank you,

Charles Wood

OLA Communications Committee
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