Conduct academic instruction

Class materials, teaching assistance, and technical help for the classroom and beyond.

UVA classes can request instructional sessions using the wealth of materials in our Special Collections Library. 

This UVA Library guide serves to support online teaching and learning.  

An analog resource for creating hands-on learning activities and sparking class discussions.


Introduction to the concept of 'information has value' and the ways in which we properly use other people's work and protect our own.

Estimated completion time: 10-15 minutes




An overview of how authority in research is constructed and contextualized.

Estimated completion time: 10-15 minutes


Open Educational Resource for librarians, faculty, and other educators. It is intended to be a collaborative space for adapting and experimenting with research assignments and sharing the success or lessons learned so that others may benefit.


Webpage containing information related to the American Library Association and Association of College & Research Libraries.


Repository that provides examples and lesson plans for the integration of the ACRL Framework into curricular materials and individual class sessions.


The toolkit is intended as a professional development resource that can be used and adapted to foster understanding and use of the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education.


Lesson plan with the inclusion of ACRL Framework cues.

This form is intended for faculty and staff seeking to request an instructional session from the library.


Overview of the guiding Frames of the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy developed by the ACRL division of the American Library Association.