Last year, Texas A&M Assistant Professor and Learning and Outreach Librarian Lea Susan Engle participated in the university’s extended orientation program, known as Fish Camp, for the first time. Though the program is optional, some 65 percent of the entering class participates, or about 5500 hundred students. Engle found herself doing 21 different presentations on library services. So this year, she recruited a team to spread the load. But more presenters made maintaining continuity from session to session more of an issue. The solution was to make a video, and thus The Research Games was born.
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