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Teaching the New Library to Today's Users: Reaching International, Minority, Senior Citizens, Gay/Lesbian, First Generation College, At-Risk, Graduate ... Distance Learners (The New Library Series)

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As student populations become more diverse, the range of teaching methods must expand. Here is both the background and the strategies librarians need to address the learning styles of the new library's diverse users. Each chapter, written by a librarian who has hands-on experience teaching the population about whom they write, provides specifics about cultural contexts and ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published May 1st 2000 by Neal-Schuman Publishers
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