Drop-in general orientation-to-the-library sessions and tours are often poorly attended and sometimes even a bit dull. Here are some ideas for workshops that allow librarians to reach out to their communities and develop information literacy skills in more effective ways, outside of the regular curriculum: practical Offer workshops on specific resources that have some buzz. These allow you not only to promote particular library resources, but also to raise critical issues surrounding fee vs free resources and scholarly vs. non-scholarly sources of information. sessions on new subscription-based tools and resources (i.e refworks) - http://www.library.uiuc.edu/refworks sessions on widely known, controversial free tools -- Google Scholar, Wikipedia series -- for example: Research Frontiers or Cool Tools @ UNB Libraries
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