Program: International Librarianship Recorded Webinar

9.10.16 – here is a recording of a webinar about international librarianship which may be of interest.  The link was shared by fellow international librarian, Ray Pun.
(FYI: ACRL DG stands for Association of College & Research Libraries Discussion Group)
Here is the recorded webinar (below) on Fresno State’s Library Diversity Committee and Services to International Communities on Campus:

Meeting Title:  ACRL DG International Perspectives on Academic & Research Libraries
Duration:  00:35:41 minutes
Recording Date:  09/06/2016 11:00 AM
URL:   http://ala.adobeconnect.com/p2139ttua0l/

Summary: Interested in learning ways to engage with international students? This webinar will offer examples on international student engagement from librarians at Fresno State in California. At Fresno State, a special library committee called “Library Diversity Committee” support international student through a program called “International Coffee Hour” series where international students give presentations about their home countries to the public in the Library each week of the semester; librarians and staff bring our resources, encourage engagements and participations. This committee made up of staff/faculty to promote diversity and inclusivity awareness in the library and around campus.

 

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