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Subject Specific Instruction

Schedule a Library Instruction Session

Library sessions are tailored to the needs of a particular class. A librarian will determine, in consultation with the course instructor, the appropriate research skills that students must obtain for success in a specific course. The librarian will then create an instruction session, which can include demonstrations of any electronic tool (i.e., subject-specific databases, the library catalog, and/or Summon) provided by the Libraries or the Internet, to develop the students’ research skills.

The librarian can come to you, or your class can come to the library. The Michener Library hands-on classrooms enable students to conduct their own searches during the session. Both library classroom 303 and library classroom 335 contain 25 workstations with additional chairs to seat up to 50.

Photo of library instruction session in Michener Library 303