I discovered a few years ago that the very act of describing a difficult information literacy instructional (ILI) problem in writing can help make it more manageable, as it causes you to think about its most important and vexing aspects. Once you have gone through this process, you may find it easier to come up with ideas for solving the problem.
UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies,
Department of Information Studies
-- Esther Grassian Distinguished Librarian Adjunct Lecturer UCLA Information Studies Dept. & Information Literacy Librarian, Retired (Formerly, UCLA College Library) email@example.com Twitter: estherg SL: Alexandria Knight https://sites.google.com/site/esthergrassian/ https://sites.google.com/site/teachinfolit/