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Sharpen you research and information skills with these fun games
Stage 1: Understand what you need
Guess the Google
Look at images and guess the search terms used to compile the grouping
Primary and Secondary Sources
Answer the questions to test your knowledge of the difference between primary and secondary sources.
Step 2: Gaining access
Help a brewery owner do research on the beer industry to make her brewery a success. Resources covered in the game include: Gale Virtual Reference, S&P, Hoover's, and other books.
Play this version of who wants to be a millionaire to test your knowledge of reference material.
Library of Congress Shelving
Learn how information is classified with this shelving game. Place the books in the proper order based on their Library of Congress classification system.
Step 3: Evaluating sources
Encyclopedia Challenge Board
Test your knowledge of different types of encyclopedias against your friends.
Step 4: Put the information to work
Step 5: Use material ethically/legally
Drag the pieces of the citation into their proper order.
Find the goblins and answer the questions to rid the room of them.
General Research Games
Doing Research: an introduction to the concepts of Online searching
Play hangman to learn more library terminology.
The Information Literacy Game
Roll the dice and answer the question to win the game in this information literacy board game style game.
I'll Get It
Assist researchers who enter the library. Hurry or they will get upset and leave.
Lemontree, The Library Game
Create and account and get points and accomplishments for using the library.
C.G. O'Kelly Library
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