The presentation I gave (using the slides below) at Library Instruction West (LIW) 2014, hosted by Portland State University in Portland, Oregon, felt like a success. The feedback I received was all very helpful and encouraging. Several people mentioned they felt inspired to do something similar at their colleges and this, more than anything, is what made me feel like my work was worthwhile. The other panelists during the session had material I found interesting and adaptable as well. Margot Hanson and Michele Van Hoeck's work with comics in library instruction is something I find intriguing and useful. Also, there was much to be learned from Ann Fulton and Mary Wegmann due to their impressive management of a 5 year sustaining grant to support library student workers as mentors of the Hispanic/Latino community at their university.