“Learning Through Quests and Contests: Games in Information Literacy Instruction”

Thu, Nov 3, 2011


Games Network member Maura Smale (I’m her!) just published an article about using games in information literacy and research instruction in the latest issue of the Journal of Library Innovation. The article reviews the ways that games-based learning has been used to teach information literacy in a variety of settings, from digital to non-digital games, in classrooms and online, and discusses benefits of games-based learning in library instruction for students and librarians. JOLI is an open access journal, and if you’re interested you can read the article on the journal’s website.

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Maura Smale is an Associate Professor and Coordinator of Library Instruction at City Tech (New York City College of Technology), CUNY.

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