College textbooks often introduce students to the scope and methods of inquiry in a particular discipline and in that context also discuss library research. This poster reports the results of a project that investigated how introductory science undergraduate textbooks represent libraries and librarians. The research project involved three stages: (1) identifying and collecting the textbooks used in introductory Physics, Biology, and Chemistry undergraduate courses; (2) identifying textbook components that discuss library research and using qualitative coding to analyze these components for tone, coverage, scope, etc.; and (3) discussing the results in context of information literacy program goals. The poster will also highlight implications for undergraduate student perceptions of the value of academic libraries and any potential implications for faculty-librarian collaboration.