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You may or may not have heard of the Toolkit, a new way of offering information literacy tutorials for our users. I’m really, really excited about this project, as I think it’s a way to meet our user’s needs in a way that fits with their expectations, potentially could help us to prepare better instructional materials, and it could provide us a way to streamline some of our work. What’s not to be excited about?

Last week I gave a session on the what, why, and how of the project. And I’m giving another one tomorrow at 4:00 in 476. Wanna come? You can still register here! Want to see what we’ll cover before attending? Here it is:

Are you interested now? 🙂 You can still register here! Seriously, though, if you’re interested in the project, or would like to contribute, let me know. I’m happy to talk with you one-on-one if you can’t make the session.