We want your library visit to be the best it can be! The following suggested guidelines help us make that possible! We encourage teachers or other group leaders to:
- Fill out the Tours and Instruction Reservation Form.
- Schedule visits and tours at least two weeks in advance.
- Plan a research assignment to coincide with your visit to the library. Share the full assignment with the contact librarian when you schedule a visit. This allows the librarian to collect relevant resources and plan your session with the students in mind.
- Limit the number of visiting students to fewer than thirty. This allows for more individualized attention and best learning results. If you are interested in bringing a larger group to the library, please contact us, and we can set up special accommodations.
- Stay actively involved with the students while the session is being conducted.
- Supervise students to ensure they abide by UT Libraries user policies. i.e. Quiet Study floors!
A Note about Borrowing and Copying Services
Visiting students do not have borrowing privileges at the library. Students may use materials in the building.
Students are encouraged to:
- Bring jump drives to save electronic files
- Send files to themselves through email
- Scan print resources to save on jump drives or send through email
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