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Library Instruction at Franklin Pierce: Subject Specific Instruction Sessions

Find information on requesting library instruction sessions, current instructions sessions that are offered, as well as information literacy learning outcomes for studetns

Subject Specific Instruction Sessions

In addition to instruction sessions for first year students, librarians also offer discipline specific instruction that teaches students to use and find databases, journals, and books that are relevant to their field. Classes that have used library instruction for discipline specific research assignments have included:

  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Case Studies in Espionage
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Principles of Management
  • Teach and Learn in a Democratic Society
  • Applied Anthropology
  • Women Writers
  • Introduction to Literary Studies
  • American History in the Age of Slavery and the Civil War
  • United States History Since 1945
  • Communication, Media, and Society
  • Diversity and Media

This is not an extensive list, but just an example of courses that have scheduled library instruction within the past year.

In addition to offering library instruction for your students, librarians can

If you feel that your students would benefit from a library instruction session, a research guide, or a research consultation, please contact the Reference Desk.