Play the Game!
Players take turns moving around the board, answering questions. There are four categories, and two questions must be answered correctly from each category in order to win.
As you answer a question correctly from each category, you will receive a light corresponding to the color of the category. Once you receive a light for each of the four categories, you are placed on the Home Stretch.
On the Home Stretch, you must answer a question from each category correctly in order to advance a space. Once you have answered all four categories correctly, you win!
There are 3 special squares you can land on:
Single play is much like the group game, with two additions. For reqular category questions (those questions that you get when you land on a colored square), you have 20 seconds to answer the question. If you do not answer within the time provided, the question will be marked wrong. In addition, you are only allowed 4 wrong answers for regular category questions. If you get a fifth answer wrong, then you lose the game.
Scott Rice and Amy Harris, of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, are the co-creators of the original Information Literacy Game. Amy created the question categories, wrote the questions and additional information and selected websites for evaluation. Scott thought up the idea for the game, programmed the game using Ajax, and assisted with questions and Web sites.
Thanks also to Lynda Kellam for her assistance.
Adapted with permission for Oakland University by Julia Bauder.
Character icons provided by Chris Feragotti.
Oakland University, Kresge Library
2200 N Squirrel Rd., Rochester, MI 48309
(248) 370 - 4426