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In the 2009-2010 academic year, library faculty worked with more students on research than ever before. Librarians conducted 221 library instruction sessions for over 4000 students, an increase of 55% over the previous year. In addition, library faculty worked one-on-one with 686 students in personal research sessions, an increase of 63%. The enrollment in LIB100 and LIB200 classes also rose by 26%. Much of this growth is due to more faculty taking advantage of the library instruction program and advising their students to seek help in the library when research time comes around. Thanks so much for your support! To have a librarian talk to your classes about research, you can contact your liaison or fill out the library instruction request form.