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This article encourages librarians to ask who their students are and how the makeup of the student body influences their instructional planning and presentations. Specifically included are implications for teaching space, planning for and presenting instructional content in person, and identifying outreach activities to selected student groups. The article includes survey data reflecting students' identity and preference for teaching strategies that might be most effective for themselves and for their classmates. The authors maintain that the goal of library instruction remains the same as it has been—for all students to learn successful research strategies and information literacy skills.