U.S. Department of Justice

Archival Notice

This item in our library has been archived due to its date. You have reached this page though a link from a search engine, a different website, or from a bookmark. You may find the information on this page to be dated or no longer available. We are keeping it temporarily available only for archival purposes.

Presentations of Daniel Marcou on Service to Those Who Are Incarcerated

Publication year: 2012

Library ID

  • 027181


Other Information

  • 2012
PowerPoint slides and links to additional resources are provided at this website to presentations regarding the provision of library services to individuals who are incarcerated in prisons or jails. The presentations include: “The Nuts and Bolts of Building Public Library and Prison/Jail Partnerships”; “Writing a Way Out: The Success of Writing Programs in Correctional Settings”; “Drama from Inside: Talking about Trauma through Theatre”; Homelessness and Library Services: Increasing Staff Awareness, Knowledge and Outreach”; and “Library Services to Incarcerated People and Ex-Offenders: Models of Outreach”.