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This paper details the collaborative efforts of a reference librarian and a political science professor to meld seamlessly the study of politics with the acquisition of information literacy skills using a problem-based learning approach. Students in an introductory American Government class were engaged in a group project in which they acted as media consultants for the political candidate of their choice. Two information literacy sessions were embedded into the project. ACRL Informationdoi:10.15760/comminfolit.2012.6.1.118 fatcat:bjvwirbrc5fplatsstir34ncai