The concept of information literacy (IL) is one well known, documented and practiced by librarians in higher education. Less well understood is the view faculty share as partners, and main protagonists in the classroom where IL has become, in many cases, an essential and required learning outcome for student success. Join panelists from three AMICAL institutions who will report on IL collaborations, faculty focus group discussions, and interviews gathered at their home campuses. We’ll also be joined by a faculty partner for his insight. How might insight steer ongoing partnerships and improved pedagogical practice aimed at developing students’ IL success?