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  1. 1. GAME ON! LEVELING UP YOUR VIDEO GAME COLLECTION GAME –BASED LEARNING Broussard, Mary. “Resources for an Introduction to Digital Games.”A Spoonful of Sugar: Instructional Games in Libraries 1 Nov. 2011. Web. 2 Oct. 2012. Burke, Anne. “Demystifying the Library with Game-Based Mobile Learning.”ACRL Tech Connect. 30 July 2012. Web. 2 Oct. 2012. Foreman, Joel. “Game-Based Learning: How to Delight and Instruct in the 21st Century.” EDUCause Review Online. 11 Jan. 2004. Web. 2 Oct. 2012. Trybus, Jessica. “Game-Based Learning: What It Is, Why It Works, and Where It’s Going.” Web. 2 Oct. 2012. VIDEO GAME COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT Bobilin, Erik &Pagowsky, Nicole. “Serving Players through Selection: A Guide to Video Game Collection Development..”American Libraries.Web. 3 November 2011. Kosturski, Kate. “Video Game Collection Development Best Practices: Emerging Leaders Team G.” ALA Connect. Web. 22 June 2011. Porcaro, JP and Hoenke, Justin.Video Game Collection Development and Management.American Library Association: Chicago, 2012. Robson, Diane and Durkee, Patrick. “New Directions for Academic Video Game Collections: Strategies for Acquiring, Supporting, and Managing Online Materials.” UNT Scholarly Works.Web. March 2012. Jodie Borgerding Cynthia Dudenhoffer Instruction and Liaison Librarian Director of Information Resources Webster University Central Methodist University @jborgerding @librarian_cyn Resources #molib2012