Selection criteria for academic video game collections

@inproceedings{Tappeiner2008SelectionCF,
  title={Selection criteria for academic video game collections},
  author={Elizabeth Tappeiner and Catherine Lyons},
  year={2008}
}
Purpose – This article aims to discuss the relevance of building video game collections in academia to support research and learning on campus and to propose useful criteria for building video game collections in academic libraries.Design/methodology/approach – The authors examined collection development policies of selected academic libraries as well as research discussing the cultural, historical, and educational value of video games. The authors also examined video game playback devices… CONTINUE READING

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