Library Instruction Program Contact

Betsy Evans
Director of Access, Instruction, and Outreach

Library Instruction Program

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.

Tips for Incorporating the Library into a Syllabus or Assignment

One easy thing you can do is incorporate information about the Library into your syllabi.

Even if your course does not require an explicit research component, the Library offers many opportunities for students to expand their learning. Simply by sharing information with your students about the Library, you’ll encourage them to consider these opportunities.

Feel free to craft your own statement, or share ours:

The Sul Ross Library offers FREE resources and services to the entire SRSU community. Access and borrow books, articles, and more by visiting the library’s website, Off-campus access requires logging in with your LoboID and password. Librarians are a tremendous resource for your coursework and can be reached in person, by email (, or phone (432-837-8123).

Additional information for students at Rio Grande College:

The Southwest Texas Junior College (SWTJC) Libraries at Uvalde, Del Rio, and Eagle Pass offer additional access to library spaces and resources. Del Rio, Eagle Pass, and Uvalde students may additionally use online resources available through SWTJC website, The SWTJC Libraries serve as pick-up locations for InterLibrary Loan (ILL) and Document Delivery from the Alpine campus.