Turning Library Knowledge into Game Content
This website offers examples of student games
for libraries and other information institutions.
The example games were created on the Scratch platform by students of
Gamifying Information, School of Information, San José State University
Click on an image to play the game.
Use the characters of classic books to open the maze and find the exit.
Is your topic too broad, too narrow, or just right to start researching?
Find the book titles. Look out for the errant words.
How much do you know about accessibility? Sort the impairments and remedy accessibilty features.
Do you know your Dewey Classifications? Pair the book with it's Dewey number.
Do you know your Classification Controlled Vocabulary? Play the Controlled Vocabulary Game.
How well do you know your Dewey Classifications? Play the Dewey game and find out.
Find you way In The Stacks with a Dewey Decimal Game.
Get ready for readings with an early literacy game.
How is your book preservation knowledge? Play Save The Books and find out.
How is your film preservation kowledge? Play Save the Film and find out.
Lost in Space. Find you way out using the Library of Congress Classifacation system as your guide.
Do you know the difference between primary and secondary souces? Play The French Revolution Game and find out.
How is your photo preservation kowledge? Play Photo Rescue Game and find out.