Description: It's a tough instructional situation: usually one class session (two if you're very lucky) to teach students the basics about the library and its plethora of electronic resources. Most of the time, library teachers can't rely on extrinsic motivators, no points or quizzes. The session may be designed to help students with an assignment, but that's points delayed and not directly relevant to the session at hand. Are there ways to involve students, techniques that don't rely on extrinsic motivators, reasons a teacher can give students, demonstrations that grab attention? During this session we will share possibilities and propose a process whereby techniques can be adapted and assessed, so that the likelihood of their success is increased.