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Thursday, June 7 • 14:30 - 16:30
H4W - Play your cards right! The role of meaningful play in teaching information literacy to first-year students Limited | Limité

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Students might believe they are experts at seeking and accessing information but in fact may be amateurs at selecting appropriate sources for academic work. This interactive workshop introduces participants to key concepts in meaningful play, game design and the results of a pilot gaming project at Carleton University.

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JOUEZ BIEN VOS CARTES! LE RÔLE D’UN JEU CONSTRUCTIF DANS L’ENSEIGNEMENT DE LA MAÎTRISE DE L’INFORMATION AUX ÉLÈVES DE PREMIÈRE ANNÉE

Les étudiants peuvent croire qu’ils sont des experts dans la recherche et l’accès à l’information, mais en fait, ils peuvent être des amateurs dans la sélection de sources appropriées pour les travaux universitaires. Cet atelier interactif initie les participants aux concepts clés d’un jeu constructif, à la conception de jeux et aux résultats d’un projet pilote de jeu à l’Université Carleton.

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avatar for Martha Attridge Bufton

Martha Attridge Bufton

Teaching and Learning Librarian, Carleton University
Martha Attridge Bufton supports the Research Support Services team at the Carleton University Library in enhancing its teaching and learning practices.She is also responsible for delivering information literacy instruction to undergraduate and graduate students at Carleton. On the... Read More →
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Colin Harkness

Gifts Coordinator, Carleton University
Colin Harkness has been in the book business for the better part of 33 years. Starting as book scout for the local book dealers in 1979 to analyzing donations for the Library's general and Archival and Rare Book Room needs. The only thing Colin has done longer is play strategic and... Read More →
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Ryan Tucci

Reserves Technician, Carleton University
Ryan Tucci has a Master of Library and Information Science from San Jose State University. He has a degree in history and communication studies as well as a Library and Information Technician diploma. He currently works at the Carleton University Library as a reserves technician... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 14:30 - 16:30
Pavillon Morisset Hall - MRT 248