Making Book: Gaming in the Library: A Case Study

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Gick, Natalie (2008). "Making Book: Gaming in the Library: A Case Study". In A. Harris & S.E. Rice (Eds.), Gaming in Academic Libraries : Collections, Marketing, and Information Literacy (pp. 1-25). Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries.

Date created: 
2008
Keywords: 
Gaming
Academic libraries
Simon Fraser University Surrey Library
Collection development
Video games
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English
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Book chapter
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