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Games and activities used in our teaching: Bibliography

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If you are interested in finding out more about why and how we changed our pedagogical practice, then have a look at our joint Doctorate:

Edwards, J. Adam and Hill, Vanessa (2016) Demythologising librarianship: future librarians in a changing literacy landscape. [Doctorate by Public Works]

Journal articles and conference papers

Edwards, J. Adam (2017) Evolving pedagogical practice at Middlesex University: the state of our art. SCONUL Focus (68). pp. 47-57. ISSN 1745-5790

Rahanu, Harjinder and Georgiadou, Elli and Khan, Nawaz and Colson, Robert and Hill, Vanessa and Edwards, J. Adam (2016) The development of student learning and information literacy: a case study. Education for Information, 32 (3). pp. 1-14. ISSN 0167-8329

Edwards, J. Adam and Hill, Vanessa (2014) Thinking about keywords and searching Summon as in-class group activity. In: 2nd UK Information Literacy and Summon Day, 25 Jul 2013, Manchester, UK.

Edwards, J. Adam and Hill, Vanessa (2014) What’s the name of the game? How Summon saves time for fun games. In: 2nd UK Information Literacy and Summon Day, 25 Jul 2013, Manchester, UK.

Edwards, J. Adam and Hill, Vanessa (2012) Does it really improve their marks? : a brief foray into measuring the impact of information literacy training at Middlesex University. SCONUL Focus (56). pp. 27-28. ISSN 1745-5790

 

Thinking about resources game