Tag Archives: internet

The Information Literacy Game

One of the most widely-known games for library and research instruction is The Information Literacy Game, created by University of North Carolina at Greensboro librarians Scott Rice and Amy Harris. Anyone can play this web-based board game on the UNCG website, and the creators have also made the source files available for download so that any library can customize the game for its own campus.

How to Implement the Free Rice Game into Your Classroom

Created by Joe Bisz

Free Rice is a free, simple yet addictive, level-based learning game on the web. The main feature is a vocabulary quiz but there are also subject-specific quizzes under the “Subjects” heading for Art, Chemistry, Geography, Math, foreign-language learning, and grammar. For every question successfully answered, the website donates 10 grains of rice to the United Nations World Food Program.

Download my Teaching Document: How to Implement the Free Rice Web Game into Your Class