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  • 1. Get Your Game On:  Gaming   at the   Library
 Presented by Beth Gallaway for  CYPD,
Indianapolis,
IN
 August
30,
2010

  • 2. Beth
Gallaway,
Consultant
 •  Email:
informa7ongoddess29@gmail.com
 •  Website:
hAp://informa7ongoddess.info
 •  Links:
hAp://delicious.com/informa7ongoddess29/cypd


  • 3. AaBbCcDdEeFfGgHhIiJjKkLlMm
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=
Literacy
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 &4 // 3 I2 5 X!
  • 4. What
is
Literacy?

  • 5. Print
Literacy
 read
and
write
proficiently

  • 6. 
21st
Century
 use
a
range
of
tools
and
skills

 To
communicate
and
parJcipate

  • 7. Visual
 interpret,
assess,
and
process
visual
images

  • 8. Media
 criJcally
assess
messages
 
presented
by
media
outlets

  • 9. Science
 
The
ability
to
understand
and
be
fluent
in
the
 nature
of
science
and
scienJfic
methods.

  • 10. Technology
 use
creaJon
and
communicaJon
tools

  • 11. Programming
 understand
and
apply
programming
principles
 to
create
change
in
technology

  • 12. InformaJon,
CommunicaJon,
 Technology
(ICT)

 learn
and
use
soJware
and
hardware
to
 communicate
knowledge
and
ideas

  • 13. MulJmodal
 “Integra7on
of
mulJple
modes
of
 communica7on
and
expression
can
enhance
 or
transform
the
meaning
of
the
work
 beyond
illustra7on
or
decora7on.”
 ~NCTE 
  • 14. The
Research
 http://website.education.wisc.edu/steinkuehler/mmogresearch.html
  • 15. Playing
=
Learning
 “When
gamers
interact
with
 these
[video
game]
 environments,
they
are
 learning
the
basic
principles
 of
the
scien7fic
method.”
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
~Steven
Johnson

  • 16. Game
Design
Elements*
 *
Slides
provided
courtesy
of
Chris
Castaldi
chris.castaldi@gmail.com


  • 17. The
Setup
 *
Slides
provided
courtesy
of
Chris
Castaldi
chris.castaldi@gmail.com


  • 18. What
should
happen
 *
Slides
provided
courtesy
of
Chris
Castaldi
chris.castaldi@gmail.com


  • 19. What
Usually
Happens
 *
Slides
provided
courtesy
of
Chris
Castaldi
chris.castaldi@gmail.com


  • 20. Another
chance
 *
Slides
provided
courtesy
of
Chris
Castaldi
chris.castaldi@gmail.com


  • 21. A
touch
of
insight
 *
Slides
provided
courtesy
of
Chris
Castaldi
chris.castaldi@gmail.com


  • 22. Learning
 *
Slides
provided
courtesy
of
Chris
Castaldi
chris.castaldi@gmail.com


  • 23. Success
Loop
 *
Slides
provided
courtesy
of
Chris
Castaldi
chris.castaldi@gmail.com


  • 24. Failure
Loop
 *
Slides
provided
courtesy
of
Chris
Castaldi
chris.castaldi@gmail.com


  • 25. Probe,
Hypothesize,
Reprobe,
Rethink

  • 26. Games,
Learning
&
Society
 http://www.gameslearningsociety.org/research.php
  • 27. Playing
to
Learn:

 Video
Games
in
the
Classroom
 hAp://www.playingtolearn.org/


  • 28. Best
PracJces
 http://librarygamingtoolkit.org
  • 29. Board
Game
Library
 http://sls.gvboces.org/gaming/
  • 30. Scrabble
Club
 Woburn
Public
Library,
MA
 http://librarygamingtoolkit.org/scrabbleclub.html
  • 31. Monopoly
Tournament
 Public
Library
of
CharloAe
&
Mecklenberg
County,
SC
 http://librarygamingtoolkit.org/plcmcmonopoly.html
  • 32. Ace
of
Games
 Kellogg‐Hubbard
Library,
Montpelier
VT
 http://librarygamingtoolkit.org/montpelier.html
  • 33. In‐House
DS
CirculaJon
 Pierce
County
Library
System

South
Hill,
OR
 hAp://librarygamingtoolkit.org/pierceds.html


  • 34. DS
Games
for

 CirculaJon
 hAp://www.delicious.com/informa7ongoddess29/ds


  • 35. Link
to
Serious
Games
 http://www.gamesforchange.org
  • 36. Ayi<: The Cost of Life  hAp://costoflife.ning.com/


  • 37. Darfur is Dying  www.darfurisdying.com


  • 38. MarioKart/Super Smash Tournament  Ann
Arbor
District
Library,
Ann
Arbor,
MI
 hAp://librarygamingtoolkit.org/aadlssbbkart.html


  • 39. Madden NFL Tournament
  PLCMC,
CharloAe
NC
 hAp://librarygamingtoolkit.org/plcmcmadden.html


  • 40. LAN
Party
 University
of
Alabama,
Huntsville
AL
 hAp://lib.uah.edu/lanparty/


  • 41. Golfing
in
the
Stacks
 University
of
Hardord
Library,
West
Hardord,
Connec7cut
 hAp://libraryminigolf.org/


  • 42. Rocket Boys Big
Game
 Reidland
High
School

Paduach,
KY
 hAp://librarygamingtoolkit.org/rhsbiggame.html


  • 43. Wii
for
Seniors
 Old
Bridge
(NJ)
Public
Library
 hAp://librarygamingtoolkit.org/oldbridge.html


  • 44. RuneScape Club
 Glendale
Public
Library

Glendale,
AZ
 hAp://librarygamingtoolkit.org/glendalevt.html


  • 45. Library WoW  CALS
LiAle
Rock,
AR
 hAp://librarygamingtoolkit.org/calswow.html


  • 46. Civiliza<on IV  University
of
Urbana‐Champaign,
IL
 hAp://librarygamingtoolkit.org/uiucciv.html


  • 47. Civiliza<on III
 “The
experience
of
playing
 Civiliza,on III is
a
cerebral
 blend
of
planning,
building,
 managing,
and
compe7ng
 with
other
civiliza7ons;
in
this
 study,
that
experience
 appealed
to
students
who
 were
interested
in
geography
 or
enjoyed
building
and
 managing
virtual
socie7es
and
 using
mathema7cs
in
game
 play.”
 Squire,
K..
2005.
“Changing
the
game:
What
happens
when
video
games
enter
the
classroom?”
 Innovate 1
(6).
hAp://www.innovateonline.info/index.php?view=ar7cle&id=82

(accessed
 September
29,
2009).

  • 48. Ben
10
Alien
Force
Game
Creator
 Centennial
Hills
Library

Las
Vegas,
NV
 hAp://gamecreator.cartoonnetwork.com/


  • 49. Career Night
 Phoenix
Community
College

Phoenix,
AZ
 hAp://librarygamingtoolkit.org/pcl.html


  • 50. Game
Design
 Glendale
Public
Library

Glendale,
AZ
 hAp://gamecreator.cartoonnetwork.com/


  • 51. Library
D&D
 www.acrl.org/ala/mgrps/divs/yalsa/teentechweek/Aw08/resourcesabcd/techguide_dnd.pdf


  • 52. Recipe
for
Success
 1.  Advocacy
 2.  Goal
Sesng
 3.  Research
 4.  Marke7ng
 5.  Play
 6.  Evalua7on

  • 53. SelecJng
Games
 Choose
games
that
are:
 •  Easy
to
learn
 •  Challenging
to
master

 •  Short
rounds
 •  Widely
appealing

 •  Age‐appropriate

  • 54. Become
a
Strategy
Guide
 •  Don’t
be
a
level
boss
 •  Show,
don’t
tell
 •  Make
it
interac7ve
 •  Get
them
started
with
a
free‐for‐all
 •  Ask
for
a
demo
of
exper7se

  • 55. InformaJon
Literacy
InstrucJon
Using
 Gaming
Strategies
 •  Safe
to
Fail
 •  Mo7va7on
 •  Just
in
Time
Learning
 •  Interac7vity
 •  Teamwork
 •  Customize
 •  Leveling
Up


 •  Show
Their
Exper7se
 •  Feedback
 •  Update/Expand
 hAp://librarygamingtoolkit.org/uodinfolit.html


  • 56. InformaJon
Literacy
InstrucJon
Using
 Fantasy
Football
 hAp://librarygamingtoolkit.org/uodfantasyfootball.html


  • 57. Game
Design:
College
Students
CreaJng
 Games
with
Middle
School
Students
 ManhaAanville
College,
NY
 hAp://librarygamingtoolkit.org/manhaAanville.html


  • 58. Research
 hAp://gamelab.syr.edu/publica7ons/


  • 59. Research
 hAp://researchquest.blogspot.com/


  • 60. Research
 hAp://cms.mit.edu/research/index.php


  • 61. ALA
Connect
 http://connect.ala.org/gaming
  • 62. NaJonal
Gaming
Day

11/13/10
 hAp://ngd.ala.org


  • 63. Thank
You!

 Contact:
 •  Beth
Gallaway
 •  603‐247‐3196
 •  informa7ongoddess29@gmail.com
 •  hAp://informa7ongoddess.info

 •  Slides,
Links,
Handouts:
 •  hAp://infogdss.wordpress.com/ 2010/08/24/cypd2010/