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Build a Video Game Research Archive for a Regional University

idea by shawneelib
Build a Video Game Research Archive for a Regional University

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http://www.shawnee.edu/off/cml/

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@shawneelib

Overview of Idea

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The Clark Memorial Library at Shawnee State University wishes to use this grant to start a research collection of video games for faculty and students. As digital gaming expands into education, health, and development, this collection will be invaluable to help our patrons stay on the cutting edge

The Specifics: How will you use $2,500 to fuel social change through technology?

This one time grant of $2500 will be used to build the foundation of a diverse video game collection for the Clark Memorial Library. This collection would include trend setter games that changed the industry. Additionally artistic games, complete series of games, and games with great story lines which impacted the gaming world would be selected.

None of the grant will be used for salaries, travel, or administrative costs. The entire grant of $2500 will be used to for the purchase of games for use by faculty and students at Shawnee State University.

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This looks awesome! A small regional school with a top 10 program needs support to compete against the bigger schools with much more money.

by Lavafalls
over 2 years ago | Reply

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