Kelly writes that
"Zines are chock full of info for researchers looking, say, at queer vegan subculture, Doctor Who fandom, or the narrative voices of adolescent girls.
"But! The heterogeneous, dissonant, inconsistent, maddening forms of zines are a wonderful avenue for introducing information literacy concepts."
She also cites ACRL Information Literacy standards and ties them in with lesson ideas including those on authority, copyright, and freedom of speech.