Information Literacy Instruction Program at UTSA Libraries

A toolkit for librarians and faculty

UTSA Libraries: Information Literacy Instruction

The UTSA Libraries seek to support information literacy instruction for the UTSA community. This guide provides the framework of our instruction program, along with resources for instructors building these concepts into their own curriculum. 

  • Mission and Vision
  • Learning Outcomes
  • Assessment
  • ACRL Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education

Learn more about our instruction spaces here:  Library Instruction Spaces

Requesting Instruction

Are you ready to work with a librarian?  Contact your librarian directly to request instruction or fill out this form with information about your learning outcomes for your class:

Request An Instruction Session

Instruction Policies

In-person instruction is offered Monday through Friday, excluding the first week of classes and the last two weeks of classes each semester. To ensure adequate preparation time, instruction sessions should be requested no less than two weeks prior to the class date.  If you are requesting support for a specific assignment, a copy of the assignment should be provided to the librarian instructor at least one week in advance. To ensure maximum impact and engagement, instructors are asked to attend the session.

Space in library instruction facilities is limited, and librarians’ schedules fill quickly. Faculty are encouraged to schedule instruction sessions as early into the semester as possible.