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Reward based gamification in libraries
This is a presentation by Scott Nicholson. It is about an hour, but the first 30 minutes are the much broader issues of gamification, motivation, and rewards. The second half is a bit more library focused.
World Peace Game
“The World Peace Game is about learning to live and work comfortably in the unknown.”
- John Hunter
Beginning in 1978 at Richmond Community High School, John Hunter created what has today grown into the World Peace Game. You can learn more about it, hear various interviews, and read about his philosophy of education at the website [worldpeacegame.org].