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Library games are an entertaining, fun way to learn more about libraries and to develop research skills. Click on the links on the right and have some fun.
I'll get it
You are a student who must help his peers to identify a variety of research materials. Use your mouse to pick up their requests, then use the catalog to look for helpful resources.
Do your best to help them quickly finish their research with the best tools for the job.
Shelve books in the correct order to learn how information is organized and categorized using the Library of Congress Classification System.
Use the mouse cursor to pick up titles and place them in their correct location by hovering over the other books on the shelf.
Information Literacy Game
Roll the dice and answer questions to move around the board.
Find the library related words and avoid being hanged.
If you correctly identify the type of citation you win the box. You must win all three rounds to win the game.
How well do you know your Reference Sources?
APA and MLA Citation Game
Play an interactive game and learn how to correctly format APA or MLA citations for some of the most commonly used citation types
Encyclopedia Challenge Board
Play a jeopardy style game to pit your knowledge of encyclopedias
Primary and Secondary Sources
Do you know the difference between primary and secondary sources?