Purpose: This paper aims to explore the possibility of the use of TikTok for delivery virtual literacy instruction for Z generation to support their learning. Design/methodology/approach: A review of papers related to TikTok and library instruction is presented, and some libraries that use TikTok to deliver instruction are observed. Findings: Some libraries already use TikTok as a supplementary of social media to deliver instruction, due to the nature of TikTok is for short video up to 3 minutes, therefore it is good if librarian can design instruction in chunking basis, or bite size so users will easily engage. Originality/value: The use of TikTok for library instruction is still new, and this will bring value to libraries, especially academic library when they want start to use TikTok for their instruction.
- Chunk instruction
- Information literacy instruction
- Video platform