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Information Literacy Guide for Faculty: Scheduling IL Instruction

Basic Scheduling Information

In-person sessions

  • In your classroom
  • In the Library Classroom - Burns Hall 1208

Live streaming sessions

Will be conducted via Microsoft Teams or the instructor's platform of choice. Instructor must provide meeting link.


  • 7 days notice is required.
  • Two-weeks' notice is preferred in order to ensure social distancing requirements are met and digital learning objects can be created.

What You Need to Know

Scheduling Tips

  • Schedule your session at a time in the semester when information is most helpful for your students, usually within 3 weeks of an assignment due date and very near the time it is introduced to students.
  • Submit your request early to get your preferred date, ideally at least two weeks in advance. 1 week's notice is required.
  • Sessions are generally held in the Library Classroom (BH 1208), which provides a hands-on learning environment. We will also come to any NWACC location.
  • We are available for any scheduled class time, including evenings and Saturday.

Effective library instruction sessions are assignment-based.

  • Faculty should schedule a library session when students are working on a specific assignment.
  • Provide a copy of the assignment with the library session request. 
  • Librarians are available to collaborate with instructors in designing an assignment or to review an existing assignment.
  • We will suggest student learning outcomes for the library session based on your assignment's parameters for your approval.

Library Instruction Request Form

  • Burns Hall 1304
    1 College Drive, Bentonville, AR 72712
  • Call: 479-619-4244 | Text: 479-802-0570
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