A group of academic librarians working in community and four-year colleges, graduate programs and other settings present strategies and approaches for serving diverse multilingual populations. Multilingual students improve their awareness and understanding of United States academic libraries and higher education when librarians are cognizant of their needs. Encounters can occur at the research desk, in classroom instruction, and during research consultations. Also included are tips on how academic librarians can assist multilingual and international students, including how to improve communication. Based on an ACRL 2019 panel discussion of the same title.
de Luise, Alexandra A.; Nagra, Kanu A.; López-Fitzsimmons, Bernadette M.; Handis, Michael W.; and Czerw, Jeremy, "Academic librarians serving diverse populations of multilingual students" (2019). CUNY Academic Works.