Iím currently trying to create a few little games (suitable mainly for FE / HE libraries) that can be dropped into information literacy instruction (fairly) sessions painlessly. As a first go, Iím a week into trying to raise a bit of money on Indiegogo (http://www.indiegogo.com/infolit-games) to pay for a freelance graphic designer and ex-librarian (otherwise known as Tanya) to spend some hours turning my draft outline into a game that looks professional, enagaging and attractive to play! Any (unlikely) surplus would pay for some of her hours to prettify a second game Iíve created and am playtestingÖ
Would appreciate anyone that is interested to donate if possible, but also to share the link around with colleagues who may be interested Ė I'm hoping to be able to create a few professional looking games to share with the community without being too much out of pocket myself!
Note - If anyone is coming to Librarycamp in Birmingham (which is after the Indiegogo campaign finishes), I'm intending to bring the game along for people to play with.
Andrew Walsh MSc MCLIP FHEA
Academic Librarian, University Teaching Fellow, National Teaching Fellow
Music, Humanities, Media, Education and Professional Development.
Information Literacy Practitioner of the Year, 2012
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