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Library Teaching and Learning Toolkit

Getting Started: Library Teaching and Learning Toolkit

This toolkit is a growing collection of resources intended to help faculty teach or plan assignments with library learning outcomes in mind.

How do I use the toolkit?

Navigate the toolkit with the menu to the left or use the search bar above to find resources, assignments, and lesson plans.

Library Instruction at SRSU 

The Sul Ross Library offers face-to-face and web-based library instruction as part of our mission to provide learning resources and services necessary to support the educational, research, and information needs of the university.

Library instruction can include:

  • traditionally scheduled classroom instruction sessions
  • embedded librarianship in Blackboard courses
  • virtual reference service
  • research consultations
  • research guides

Formal and informal tours of the Library’s three levels, including an overview of the available resources. An orientation to the Archives of the Big Bend, housed on the second level, is also available with pre-planning.