This poster session is about sharing with attendees a success story in getting Information Literacy skills to the largest number of students and faculty.
There are many attributes to Information Literacy that many students and faculty are unfamiliar with. They almost always seem to believe that there is not much to it and that they know it all. It is only when such information is gainfully delivered to them, in a classroom environment, that they realize how much there is to it.
This sense of mindlessness may well be the reason why students and faculty do not positively respond to Information Literacy training sessions that are promoted by LAU librarians. Our experience, that we would like to share, is how hard door to door sales as opposed to opening an Information Literacy store is the way to go about delivering Information Literacy knowledge to those who need it most.