Information Literacy Instruction

Library & IT instructional programs promote lifelong learning and develop information literacy skills and technological competency through teaching users to seek, find, evaluate, and use information efficiently and ethically.  

Bucknell's librarians will collaborate with faculty to design activities and assignments to meet your information literacy goals, including scaffolding of content and assessment.  We also teach information literacy instruction session(s) through multiple visits, working sessions, and other types of point-of-need instruction. We will also meet students outside of class (research appointments) and provide feedback to students on searching strategies, sources, research journals, etc. Contact your librarian to discuss ideas for ideas for incorporating information literacy skills into your courses or to schedule instruction for your students. 

Librarian contact information is available on our Research by Subject guides:


We also have a page featuring resources for faculty, including data services, tutorials, information about open educational resources, and more: