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07 Dec 2017
North American Libraries Struggle to Meet Demand for non-English Language Research Materials
ProQuest survey finds that vetting materials and technology shortfalls are hurdles to addressing rising demand for non-English materials

Rising international student enrollments and the popularity of programs that use foreign language content are increasing the importance of foreign language materials in library collections.


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