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International Students and Academic Libraries

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Published by Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc. in Lanham .
Written in English


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ISBN 109780810874305

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The insightful case studies presented in International Students and Academic Libraries: Initiatives for Success describe over a dozen exciting projects that support the success of international students studying at academic institutions.

The work provides numerous examples of new and innovative strategies for librarians to encourage library use among international students and increase international student.

This book focuses on the impact of these efforts on academic libraries. The introductory essay addresses issues faced by both international students and by librarians who work with them.

The student-related issues include general culture shock, communication and language concerns, learning styles, differences between libraries in North America and those in other parts of the world, and library. International Students and Academic Libraries: Ini-tiatives for Academic Success is a welcome re-source for those libraries whose campus popula-tions contain a significant number of interna-tional students by providing practical strategies and nuggets of inspiration about how better to serve international students in meaningful and impactful ways.

Self-Designed Orientations by International Graduate Students “The library is very huge and beautiful”: A Library Orientation for English Language Learners Be All That You Can Be: Targeting Library Orientations to Student Cadets Introducing New International Students to Privilege in Information Access.

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