There is so much information out there, and we merely scratched the surface of it all. However we thought you might like to see just a few of the sources that we consulted when putting together both the instruction sessions, and when putting together our presentation session(s)......
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Markley, Karen; Chris Leeder; & Soo Young Rieh. 2012. Through a game darkly: student experiences with the technology of the library research process. Library Hi Tech 30(1): 12-34.
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Smale, Maura A. 2011. Learning Through Quests and Contests: Games in Information Literacy instruction. Library Innovation 2(2): 36-55.
Smale, Maura A. 2012. Get in the Game: Developing an Information Literacy Classroom Game. Library Innovation 3(1): 126-147.
Krajewski, Patricia R, & Piroli, Vivienne B. 2002. Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. Journal of Library Administration 36(1-2): 177-194.