Grand Theft Information Literacy - Slideshow

Here is the slide show for my presentation at the Iowa ACRL conference. It's focus is three fold: provide a framework of why games are relevant in education and in libraries; present how some libraries are using games; describe successful ways the University of Dubuque has started small. It's expanded quite a bit from the inital outline, so I'd love to get your thoughts and feedback.

One of the unique features is that after the quiz, the map slide allows the presenter and the auidence to jump to any group of slides. I wanted to set up the random access and open ended nature of the presentation to give the auidence some personalization and allow them to see how incorporating simple game strategies works within a lecture.

You can view/download it... here.
(It's another click through to the wordpress blog & it's about 7 MB)