Become familiar with the concept of low stakes/low investment information literacy initiatives in order to communicate their potential value to faculty members, other librarians, and administrators. Recognize how collaboration between your library and other entities on campus can reinforce information literacy initiatives in order to draw upon the strengths and shared values of existing programs. Learn about successful initiatives in order to generate ideas that would be useful for your institution.
Hoover, S., Donald, J., & Wilson, D. (2009, March). Buy low, sell high, get in in now: Low-stakes/low-investment information literacy initiatives pay off big. Presented at ACRL National Conference, Seattle, WA. Library Faculty Research. 44. https://digitalcommons.trinity.edu/lib_faculty/44