Whether you’re just getting started with using games in library instruction, or you want to enhance how you already use games to instruct, the following selective, annotated bibliography of online resources as well as the selective bibliography of additional print resources could be helpful tools for you. Every kind of library—including academic, public, and school libraries—may benefit from librarians using games in library instruction. You don’t need to reinvent the wheel, either. You can draw inspiration from what other librarians have done by exploring the resources listed in this article for ideas.
Engsberg, R. (2017). On Your Mark, Get Set, Go! Learn More About Using Games in Library Instruction. Georgia Library Quarterly, 54(3). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/glq/vol54/iss3/9