The article is “Faculty and IT: Conversations and Collaboration.”
There is no mention of libraries in the article, but they do talk about information literacy.
Step 2: Encourage conversations about student learning outcomes and information literacies that prepare students to succeed in higher education and beyond.
Teaching for information literacy requires faculty and IT staff to know each other’s business — or at least how to talk about it. IT staff should participate in academic planning to develop course projects and institution-wide outcomes, and faculty should sit on technology committees to develop shared goals and values with IT staff.
The rest of the article is pretty good, too.