Fabula, la recherche en litterature - http://www.fabula.org/
Duke Libraries French and Francophone Studies Resources - http://guides.library.duke.edu/content.php?pid=18017&sid=122889
Students currently enrolled in the French Language Program courses at Duke University have several options for receiving out-of-class assistance. Note, tutoring is available for students who really struggle, NOT for cramming for quizzes or exams. See the schedule below.
- French students may visit their Instructors during office hours to review material and receive individualized explanations.
- Instructors may refer a currently enrolled student to the French Language Program tutor, which will allow the students to schedule a weekly appointment. Once referred, it is the student’s responsibility to schedule and keep appointments with the tutor. Appointments usually go between 15-30 minutes. This is a free service paid for by the Office of the Dean of Trinity College of Arts & Sciences. To make an appointment, please contact your professor to be referred and Professor Karine Provot to make an appointment: email@example.com.
- Students who are not having serious problems or just want to practice conversation may also sign up for Peer Tutoring with the Academic Resource Center. This is also a free service.
- Students who only want/need to practice their conversation skills can also go to the French table. Check the French Facebook page for times and location.
|Tutoring Begins Janauary 25th and Ends April 18th for Spring 2018||Monday||Tuesday||Thursday|
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