Maximizing the impact of the in-person one-shot in community colleges: Selecting courses to target for library instruction through curriculum analysis

Matthew Pierce


At many colleges, library instruction is not a curricular requirement. The predominant approach to library instruction in community colleges continues to be the provision of face-to-face, course-integrated sessions taught by librarians at the request of teaching faculty. Participating teaching faculty usually schedule a single library instruction session for their classes—the “one-shot”—which may constitute a student’s only library instruction session during their undergraduate experience.

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