Addressing Global Diversity: Meeting the Needs of International Students in Academic Libraries (ACRL)
Download to my calendar
Speaker: Jannelle Ruswick, Librarian for Psychology and Social Sciences & Instruction Coordinator, Illinois Institute of Technology
Speaker: John Hickok, Instruction/International Outreach Librarian, California State University Fullerton
Speaker: Karen Bordonaro, Liaison/Teaching and Learning Librarian, Brock University
Speaker: Victor Baeza, Director of Library Graduate and Research Services, Oklahoma State University
Addressing Global Diversity Program Description International student enrollment in higher education in the United States reached an all-time high of 723,277 students in 2011. This panel presentation will provide various perspectives on meeting the unique needs of international students in academic libraries. The panelists will represent several types of institutions and will discuss ways of effectively improving programs and services, developing partnerships with other campus units, and raising staff awareness of cross-cultural issues.
ALA 2012 Bordonaro.ppt - Uploaded by Dawn Amsberry (Jun 19, 2012 - 582.5 KB