Liz King is a Research, Instruction & Outreach Librarian at Texas State University. She works with the faculty and students in the English, Philosophy, and Modern Languages Departments. Liz designs and teaches Information Literacy classes to undergraduate and graduate students to ensure that they have the research skills and knowledge of information literacy necessary to be successful in their studies.
Liz is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Austin Community College, where she teaches Technical & Business Communications in online, hybrid and classroom settings.
Liz is passionate about information literacy instruction using concepts from Universal Design for Learning, and the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy. She is interested in technology-rich instruction, embedded assessment, reflective-teaching practices, digital learning objects, and is working towards becoming a practitioner-researcher in the field of academic information literacy instruction.