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Supporting today's students in the library : strategies for retaining and graduating international, transfer, first-generation, and re-entry students

Author: Ngoc Yen Tran, (Librarian); Silke Higgins
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : Association of College and Research Libraries, 2020. ©2020
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Supporting Today's Students in the Library collects current strategies from all types of academic libraries for retaining and graduating nontraditional students, with many of them based on learning theories and teaching methodologies. The book explores methods for overcoming language barriers, discusses best practices, and presents case studies that support the changing student population. Additionally, Supporting  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Supporting Today's Students in the Library:
Chicago, IL : Association of College & Research Libraries,c2020
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ngoc Yen Tran, (Librarian); Silke Higgins
ISBN: 9780838946626 0838946623
OCLC Number: 1131699456
Description: v, 275 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction / Ngoc-Yen Tran and Silke Higgins --
First-generation students and libraries: beyond the deficit narrative / Anne Jumonville Graf --
Overcoming language barriers for non-native speakers of English: learner autonomy in academic libraries / Karen Bordonaro --
Addressing stressors of returning adult students in online learning environments: lessons from the Neuman System Model / Shannon Fay Johnson --
Tailoring library instruction to meet the needs of multilingual students in higher education / Mariya Gyendina, Lindsay Matts-Benson, and Yao Chen --
Instructing by modeling: teaching students to think like expert searchers / Elizabeth Tompkins --
Online learning through LibGuides for English language learners: a case study and best practices / Megan Hodge --
Closing the gap: building an academic integrity tutorial to educate L2 engineering students / Jacalyn Kremer and Matthew Bernstein --
Reaching first-generation and underrepresented students through transparent assignment design / Ryne Leuzinger and Jacqui Grallo --
Research-writing practicum: a signature diversity and inclusion initiative to increase student agency and engagement / Elizabeth Stephan --
An interdepartmental collaboration to target research and writing challenges of international graduate students / Henri Mondschein, Tanvi Patel, and Mary Jo Shane --
Validation in the archives: digital library strategies to diversify digital collections in support of first-generation college students / Rachel Mandell and Giao Luong Baker --
Meeting them where they are: campus and library support strategies for first-generation students / Stacy Brinkman, Jennifer Natale, and Josefine Smith --
Conversational gamers: developing language skills and connections through games / Michelle Goodridge --
Meet, greet, and eat: creating community for transfer students through a library picnic / Megan E. Welsh, Lindsay Roberts, and Cynthia Rain Keller --
The family zone: older, transfer, and commuter student involvement in the library / Bridgit McCafferty, Margaret Dawson, Dianne Mueller, and Bessie Miller --
Single-parent students: the impact of the academic library on their success / Ahmed Alwan and Eric Garcia.
Responsibility: editors, Ngoc-Yen Tran and Silke Higgins.

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Collects current strategies from all types of academic libraries for retaining and graduating non-traditional students, with many of them based on learning theories and teaching methodologies. The  Read more...

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