Let The Games Begin! Short Essays on Games Used in Information Literacy Instruction
Have you discovered or developed imaginative games that motivate and engage learners in information literacy sessions? If so, we are writing to invite you to contribute your ideas to an edited book of games entitled Let the Games Begin! Engaging Students with Interactive Information Literacy Instruction (Neal-Schuman, August 2010) for use in information literacy instruction sessions for undergraduate and graduate college and university students. Each submission should be a game which can be included in a lesson on some aspect of information literacy. Please request a full Call for Submissions and Guidelines from Rosalee Stilwell, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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