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Knowledge Quest


Volume 40, No. 1 - Educational Gaming


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Educational Gaming has become an increasingly popular resource in education. This issue explores how lessons based on games are currently contributing to school learning standards, what effect educational games have on students, and the ways in which school librarians are helping to develop games as educational tools. This issue is guest edited by Terri Kirk and Chris Harris.

Guest Editor(s):

  • Christopher Harris, Director of the School Library System, Genesee Valley Educational Partnership
  • Terri Grief, School Librarian, McCracken County (KY) High School

AASL President(s):

  • Carl A. Harvey, Assistant Professor of School Librarianship, Longwood University

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