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Welcome to the FYS Lead Out Loud research guide. Use the tabs at the top of the page to access a variety of resources relevant to the course.

Effective leaders are crucial to the success of a family, a business, an athletic team, a country. However, we often don't acknowledge how we develop as leaders or how we can learn to lead. Through serve learning and introspection, this first year seminar will explore different leadership styles as well as embark on leadership challenges to develop skills that bring about social change. This section is reserved for students in the Honors Program.

 

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Venture into the stacks on the lower level and browse the shelves. Check the tables of contents and indexes to see if a book has information on your topic.

Upper Level

  • 900s Geography / Travel / Biography / History
  • Peace Studies Collection
  • Brethren Collection
  • MC/MU Collection
  • Archives

Main Level

  • Access Services
  • Reference Collection
  • New Books
  • Best Sellers​
  • DVDs

Lower Level

  • 100s Philosophy / Psychology
  • 200s Religion
  • 300s Sociology / Political Science / Education
  • 400s Languages / Linguistics
  • 500s Science / Math
  • 600s Technology / Medicine / Business
  • 700s Art / Music / Theatre / Sports
  • 800s Literature 
  • Teaching Resources
  • Juvenile Collection

Recommended Databases

Searching EBSCO Databases:

After clicking on Academic Search Complete, all recommended EBSCO databases* (so marked) can be searched simultaneously by clicking "Choose Databases," checking the box next to the database name and clicking OK. 

Recommended Websites

Quick Help

Not finding what you need? Use the contact information below!

    Main Access Services Number:
    260.982.5364
  Email-A-Librarian:
  librarians@manchester.edu

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