Announcing the Refugee Resources Library Guide
Are you a student in a Service Learning course this semester, and are you volunteering with refugee agencies and familes around the Treasure Valley? Are you a faculty member teaching a Service Learning course? Does your Service-Learning course include volunteer work with the refugee community in Boise? You are probably needing to find broader information on this topic, and context, to meet your needs. You might be looking for assistance, articles, reflection questions, or other information pertinent to your experience. Look no further! We have a library guide full of amazing resources to help you:
[QR Code will take you to the library guide. Need info on QR codes? Check this guide out: http://guides.boisestate.edu/qrcodes]
Through a partnership between Albertsons Library the Service Learning Division of the Center for Teaching and Learning, this helpful guide was developed to help you with your local refugee information needs.
This guide is meant to provide you with relevant and timely information centered around refugee issues, including research resources & databases, cultural guides, volunteer resources, and more.
Included in the guide is a list of resources specific to each individual country of origin with materials relating to the refugee experience from that location. This material can be found on the tab that says: Refugee Info - Specific Countries (Use Drop Down Menu).
Come into the library during the month of October to view our display of books on this topic. If you walk into the library, pass the Reference Desk, and take a left, you'll see a variety of books that will help you with your research.
Do you have any questions? Let us know! We're here to help!
On display this month in Albertsons Library is a number of resources, books, films, and more, that will be on display during the month of October. Stop by to pick up some books, or check out the guide, today!