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The globalized library : American academic libraries and international students, collections, and practices

Author: Yelena Luckert; Lindsay Inge Carpenter
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : Association of College and Research Libraries, 2019. ©2019
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Many academic institutions count internationalization among their most important strategic goals and priorities: To be globally competitive, colleges and universities need to produce globally conscious graduates. In addition to hiring practices that are beginning to emphasize librarians with international experience and language expertise, and the traditional role of libraries collecting foreign acquisitions, new
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Globalized library.
Chicago, Illinois : Association of College and Research Libraries, 2019
(OCoLC)1082523228
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Yelena Luckert; Lindsay Inge Carpenter
ISBN: 9780838989524 0838989527
OCLC Number: 1080998227
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 431 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Academic librarians at the forefront of IL efforts with international students in higher education / Ahmed Alwan, Joy M. Doan, and Eric P. Garcia --Unlocking the door: adapting information literacy instruction for international students / Susan Avery and Kirsten Feist --
Language and information literacy: a case study of library orientation taught in the Chinese language / Liangyu Fu and Gabriel Duque --
The information-fluent English language learner: cultural and pedagogical considerations / Megan Hodge --
Globalizing library instruction: engaging students at international branch campuses / Claudia McGivney, Laura Costello, and Janet Clarke --
Acculturating international students to the ethical use of information & American values: a case study / Cheryl A. Riley and Marian G. Davis --
A full range of support for improving international students' experience in higher education: a case study from the University of Minnesota libraries / Yao Chen and Kristen Mastel --
Faraway flix: connecting to international students through film / Laura Bohuski --
Forging multiple pathways: integrating international students into a Canadian University library / Karen Bordonaro --
International undergraduate students and a sense of belonging: a case study at Penn State University Libraries / Alia Gant, Dawn Amsberry, Chao Su, Lana Munip, and Steve Borrelli --
International student perceptions of libraries: experiences from the Middle East and North Africa / Kristine N. Stewart and Kenneth C. Haggerty --
Applying an instructional design approach to international student outreach / Kimberly Davies Hoffman and Kathy Leezin Wu --
Developing effective integration services: learning from Asian international graduate students academic-striving experiences / Yi-Chin Sarah Wu --
Local, global, digital?: digital humanities and Slavic area studies / Megan Browndorf and Erin Pappas --
Collection development and acquisitions for international and area studies collections in academic and research libraries / Osman Celik --
Leveraging local networks and international partnerships in Japanese collection development / Molly Des Jardin and Michael P. Williams --
Collections at work: forming global citizens through outreach and engagement / José O. Díaz and Pamela Espinosa de los Monteros --
Shared global heritage in research libraries / Margarita Vargas-Betancourt, E. Haven Hawley, and Rebecca J.W. Jefferson --
Leveraging connections to build and promote international special collections: a case study / Mary Jo Zeter and Deborah J. Margolis --
International collaborations at the Immigration History Research Center Archives (IHRCA) / Daniel Necas --
Toward a comprehensive collection on the allied occupation of Japan: a partnership between the University of Maryland Libraries and the National Diet Library of Japan / Yukako Tasumi --
International collaborations: development of the Duke Kunshan University Library / Linda Daniel --
African Poetry Libraries: a global collaboration / Lorna Dawes and Charlene Maxey-Harris --
Undergraduate education abroad in community settings: pedagogical opportunities for librarians / Laurie Kutner --
Successful American-Russian partnership through education abroad / Yelena Luckert and Lindsay Inge Carpenter --
Serving students across the globe: establishing library outreach and instructional services for an international-US dual-degree program / Mary K. Oberlies --
Globalized collecting: building special collections at NYUAD / Nicholas Martin and Justin Parrott --
International academic librarianship: meeting our professional, institutional, and personal goals / John Boyd and Elizabeth Cramer --
Virtual peer-mentoring programs: buildign global professional connections through the international librarians network / Kelsey Corlett-Rivera and Pirio Kangas --
Myanmar librarians' research and study tour at the Rutgers University Libraries: a report / Triveni Kuchi --
From visitors to friends / Margaret Law --
The Horner Fellowship: an exchange program for Arizona and Japan library personnel / Jeanne L. Pfander, Alexandra Humphreys, and Smita Joshipura --
Internationalization and global engagement in LIS education: programs for international master's students at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries / Shana R. Ponelis, Ewa Barczyk, and Johannes J. Britz.
Responsibility: edited by Yelena Luckert with Lindsay Inge Carpenter.

Abstract:

Many academic institutions count internationalization among their most important strategic goals and priorities: To be globally competitive, colleges and universities need to produce globally conscious graduates. In addition to hiring practices that are beginning to emphasize librarians with international experience and language expertise, and the traditional role of libraries collecting foreign acquisitions, new trends are emerging that help address international student education and highlight library initiatives that can make a huge difference in student success and retention. In five sections--Information Literacy; Outreach & Inclusion; Collections & Digital Humanities; Establishing Libraries & Services Abroad; and Career & Professional Development--The Globalized Library collects chapters from practitioners across the world detailing how their work is globalized and demonstrating new ways to address language and cultural differences, access issues abroad, the international purchase and processing of materials, and information literacy needs of students from all over the world. It explores the use of campus partnerships to create specially designed programs and learning opportunities for international students, providing support to students studying abroad, creating online teaching tools, and establishing American-style libraries at satellite campuses in countries where access to information is highly restricted. Academic libraries are deeply involved in all aspects of the globalization of our institutions and community at large. As well, academic institutions have an obligation to all students, foreign or domestic, to help them succeed academically and become information-literate citizens of the world. As the center of campus life, academic libraries need to develop new and innovative approaches to welcome and educate students in a holistic sense and become a true campus partner in this enterprise.

In five sections--Information Literacy; Outreach & Inclusion; Collections & Digital Humanities; Establishing Libraries & Services Abroad; and Career & Professional Development--The Globalized Library collects chapters from practitioners across the world detailing how their work is globalized and demonstrating new ways to address language and cultural differences, access issues abroad, the international purchase and processing of materials, and information literacy needs of students from all over the world. It explores the use of campus partnerships to create specially designed programs and lea.

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