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You can use signage designed by the State Library for public libraries to promote the bulk loan service and to offer a welcoming message to your multicultural communities.
Multicultural bulk loan service signage
Please ask the librarian
This poster lists the languages available for bulk loan, in English and the native text, with the message 'Please ask the librarian'. It can be displayed in a public library to promote the service directly to the community. It can be displayed using an electronic signage system.
Please ask at your local public library
This poster lists the languages available for bulk loan, in English and the native text, with the message 'Please ask at your local public library'. You can share this with community partners such as migrant resource centres, your local shopping centre, local government agencies and others where members of the community attend.
These signs have been designed for public libraries with the word 'welcome' in different languages. These can be used in electronic signage displays or printed and displayed as a poster.
- Blue sign: this sign has 'Welcome' in: Japanese, Bulgarian, German, Chinese, Italian, Russian, French, Slovak, Polish, Dinka, Nepali and Torres Strait language.
- Green sign: this sign has 'Welcome' in: Korean, Slovenian, Croatian, Vietnamese, Greek, Kurdish, Hindi, Portuguese, Serbian, Romanian and Burmese.
- Red sign: this sign has 'Welcome' in Maori, Dutch, Ukrainian, Hungarian, Swahili, Punjabi, Tamil, Spanish, Turkish and Danish.
- Yellow sign: this sign has 'Welcome' in Indonesian, Macedonian, Swedish, Hebrew, Arabic, Urdu, Tagalog, Finnish, Maltese, Thai and Torres Strait language.