Gaming is fun. Combining gaming and learning makes learning fun. Understanding information literacy topics such as citations, databases, plagiarism, choosing resources, and other topics, is important for students and instructors. To enable our students and instructors to better understand information literacy topics and have fun while learning, we present links to information literacy games below. Enjoy!

Citation Tic Tac Toe

Created by Jenne McCabe and Greg Brown at James Madison University and funded by the Institute for Museum and Library Services National Leadership Grant.

Citation Game

Presented by University of Washington TRIO Training.

Library Hangman

From IXL Learning- Quia.

Information Literacy Game

Created by Scott Rice and Amy Harris at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

A list of more games!!

Libraries, Literacy and Gaming Lib Guide from Manhattanville College Library.

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One Response to Games that teach information literacy

  1. Nice weblog, exactly what the gaming world needs, sustain the good
    work!

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