Information Literacy is the set of skills needed to find, retrieve, analyze, and use information. Information literacy classes are available in face-to-face and online formats for all courses in San Antonio, Woodlands, and RGV. Sessions cover topics from general library orientation to assignment-specific instruction.
To request an information literacy instruction session for a class in the School of Business & Leadership or the Worden School of Social Service, contact Research and Instruction Librarian Steven Wise. To request an information literacy instruction session for a class in the College of Arts & Sciences or the School of Professional Studies, contact Research and Instruction Librarian Darby Syrkin. You can also fill out the form linked below:
The Mission of the Sueltenfuss Library is to cultivate Information Literacy at OLLU by:
The five basic standards that define the abilities that an information literate student has are:
Association of College & Research Libraries Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education.