For public librarians, the opportunities for information literacy are brief moments at the reference desk or at the computers. Public library patrons do not have to attend a class on assessing sources. They don't even have to use the sources we found for them.
How can we support information literacy? Right after I read the School Library Journal article on Facebook, I saw a clever way to get teens thinking about their information sources. Librarian Alanna Graves posted on Teen Services Underground's Facebook page her display "Fake or Real". She printed out news stories and teens decided which were real and which were fake. You could also create a bookmark listing debunking websites, like snopes.com, and highlighting evaluation methods, like CARS or IMVAIN.
What are you doing at you library?