SEEK! A game for Information Literacy Instruction

A card game to develop learners' information literacy, particularly around "constructing a search strategy".
Education
$1,485USD
raised of $750 goal
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This campaign started on Aug 13 and closed on September 29, 2012 (11:59pm PT).
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Campaign Closed
This campaign ended on September 29, 2012
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  • $1USD
    Supporter...

    This shows you support the idea of developing games for information literacy instruction. I'll tweet my thanks to the world and keep you informed on developments...

    0 claimed

  • $5USD
    International Shipping

    I can't work out how to allow people to increase their perk if they've missed off the $5 for international shipping, so here it is an additional perk! Please select this as an extra perk if you need it...

    Estimated delivery: October 2012

    4 claimed

  • $20USD
    Print SEEK! yourself!

    I'll send you all the files you need to print as many copies of the game as you want yourself. Oh, and broadcast my thanks to the world via twitter...

    Estimated delivery: October 2012

    22 claimed

  • SOLD OUT

    $25USD
    Standard game (early bird)

    Print copy of the game, as well as a digital copy of all files. Includes P&P to UK...$5 extra to most of the rest of the world (please ask if you're completely off the beaten track and I need to employ a team of sherpas to get your perk to you...)

    Estimated delivery: November 2012

    10 out of 10 claimed

  • $30USD
    Standard game

    Print copy of the game, as well as a digital copy of all files. Included P&P to UK...$5 extra to most of the rest of the world (please ask if you're completely off the beaten track and I need to employ a team of sherpas to get your perk to you...)

    Estimated delivery: November 2012

    11 claimed

  • $50USD
    Twin pack!

    2 print copies of the game, as well as a digital copy of all files. Includes P&P to UK...$5 extra to most of the rest of the world.

    Estimated delivery: November 2012

    2 claimed

  • $50USD
    LILAC Special

    Are you going to the LILAC conference next March? If so, for this perk I'll meet up with you and a maximum of two others at the conference, talk about games, information literacy and libraries and I'll try and help you generate idea for your own library games (and give pointers to making them happen!). Oh, and you get a print copy of the game...

    Estimated delivery: March 2013

    0 out of 3 claimed

  • SOLD OUT

    $60USD
    Mobile book special!

    A copy of my latest book - Using Mobile Technology to Deliver Library Services: A Handbook. This costs $99.95 on Amazon.com! Plus 1 print copy of the game, as well as a digital copy of all files. Includes P&P to UK...$5 extra to most of the rest of the world.

    Estimated delivery: November 2012

    2 out of 2 claimed

  • SOLD OUT

    $60USD
    Active learning book special

    A copy of my first book - Active Learning Techniques for Librarians: Practical Examples. This costs $85 on Amazon.com! Plus 1 print copy of the game, as well as a digital copy of all files. Includes P&P to UK...$5 extra to most of the rest of the world.

    Estimated delivery: November 2012

    1 out of 1 claimed

  • $80USD
    Games workshop, 10th Dec.

    A ticket for a full day games making workshop in Leeds, UK. Includes a copy of the game, plus you'll create / prototype your own library game on the day :) Note - $80 is roughly £50!

    Estimated delivery: December 2012

    0 out of 5 claimed

  • $80USD
    Four Pack!

    4 print copies of the game (effectively a class set for 30ish students)., as well as a digital copy of all files. Includes P&P to UK...$5 extra to most of the rest of the world. Want extra copies? It may be cheaper to just get the digital version and print them locally (P&P is a major cost for me!), but you can also add $15 per pack and I'll send as many as you want...

    Estimated delivery: November 2012

    1 claimed

  • $500USD
    Key sponsor

    Got loads of money? Be my key sponsor and I'll tell everyone about it! Name check in each pack / game files, repeated shout outs on Twitter and mentions in conference presentations / articles I write on my infolit games experience (I do tend to talk at a lot of library conferences!). Oh, and a copy of the game files of course...

    0 out of 1 claimed

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