Faculty members can make their course materials available to students with help from our Course Reserves professionals.
Throughout the year the Baylor Libraries present a series of events designed to engage the Baylor community and beyond!
Exhibiting artwork and insights from the Libraries' collections is an important part of our educational mission at Baylor. Visit our Crosshatch Galleries in Moody and Jones Libraries and other exhibit spaces throughout the Libraries!
Founded in 1986 under the sponsorship of the Strecker Museum at Baylor University, the Heart of Texas Regional History Fair covers 14 counties in Central Texas and is currently sponsored by The Texas Collection at Baylor University.
Learning Together is Baylor's online resource for pedagogical development. Here the Libraries' Learning Design team partners with the Academy for Teaching and Learning to provide faculty with the guidance and resources essential to strengthening the quality of a Baylor education.
The Baylor Libraries' literacies initiative emphasizes a few specific literacies: Information, Data, Making and Media. We provide support through our tiered information literacy instruction program, self-paced and online data literacy courses, and media lab and makerspace collaborations.
Workshops, Learning Opportunities & Training
Discover the workshops, in-person training session, online training (synchronous and asychronous) and more offered by the University Libraries.