A Proposal to Investigate the Information-Seeking Behaviors of Chinese Students at Canadian Academic Libraries

 

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Abstract

The goal of this study is to explore the information-seeking behaviors of Chinese students at Canadian academic libraries. In-depth qualitative interviews with 20 Chinese students at University of Alberta are conducted to investigate Chinese students' information-seeking habits and strategies in using Canadian university libraries. It is hoped that this study will lead to a better understanding of the information needs of international students and help Canadian academic libraries to provide effective information support to multicultural students.

Keywords

Information-seeking behaviors, Chinese students, Canadian academic libraries


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