The Libraries is committed to developing the information and digital literacy of UT students, and to fostering and supporting pedagogical practices to ensure development of those literacies. Library staff members approach instruction through the lens of critical information literacy. Critical information literacy prioritizes active learning that asks students to interrogate structures of authority so that they progress from information consumers to knowledge creators.
For Faculty and Instructors
Use this form to:
- Request an instruction session, tailored research guide, or assignment for your course
- Consult with a librarian about course or assignment design
- Consult with a librarian about incorporating digital projects and tools into your course
Use this form to request a Learning Lab in the PCL for your class or event.
Use this form to request the Media Lab in the PCL for your class or event.
Use this form to request course materials, including scans of print materials, ebooks and streaming media.
Learn how the Libraries support UGS 302, UGS 303, and TC 302 courses.
The Information Literacy Toolkit is a collection of resources created to assist Faculty, Instructors, and TAs in incorporating information literacy and research skills into their
This tutorial (including optional quiz) explores the basics of avoiding plagiarism at UT. It can be embedded in your Canvas course from Canvas Commons.
Library workshops are free, drop-in workshops on topics related to research, data management, digital tools, and more.
Browse our how to research guides designed to help you perform research and use library resources.
Get research help from a librarian through chat (EID required), email, or in person.