Reaching Out to the International Students through Bibliographic Instruction
International students, Bibliographic instruction, College and university libraries, English language instruction
This paper highlights how one small, private university reached out to its international students through bibliographic instruction (BI) workshops, as well as through library instruction in the English Language (ELI) classes. The history and content of the workshops are discussed, as well as guidelines for making them successful. International students, who are not able to attend the workshops, receive BI in their ELI classes. Student reactions to the workshops, along with the author's personal observations, are also included.
The Reference Librarian
Helms, Cynthia Mae, "Reaching Out to the International Students through Bibliographic Instruction" (1995). Faculty Publications. 1004.