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Playing for Keeps: Lifelong Learning in the Ludic Library


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Abstract: We take information literacy seriously, yet in a sense, the best researchers are playful. How might concepts of play inform our practice in libraries made for learning? What if we reconceptualized research from the systematic acquisition and use of intellectual property to a more creative and open approach to engaging with ideas in motion? What does it mean to be information literate in a world in which "publish" is a button?Presented at the Pennsylvania Library Association in October 2013.

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Playing for Keeps: Lifelong Learning in the Ludic Library

  1. 1. Photo creditsRust belt - jenny from the blockHow to use ration books – US Naval ArchivesChildren playing – SanShootOrganize your facts – citelighterFilthy rich pigs by blipDictionary page by Lizzie-AnnePlaying in the rain by fishin widowCow clicker by Ian BogostMachinery by iansandWanna play? by Patrick QPlay-doh by dbrekkeOpen books by muellermartinBreak by jpstaneleyPlay school by HA! designsLocked door by Aris GionisOpen by Mag3737Free ur soul by BreroPresented at PaLA College and Research Division annual conference, October 2012 by Barbara FisterText available in pdf format.