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Univ100 Game Fall 2013
Transcript of Univ100 Game Fall 2013
Each row is a team.
Earn points through a number of rounds.
Team with the most points at the end wins a fabulous prize (and escapes being devoured by zombies).
Peer instructor acts as score keeper.
Faculty instructor acts as judge and helps run the game.
Luckily, you escaped the roaming zombie hordes on campus by ducking into the library.
You entered McConnell on which floor?
Which floor is reserved for
(You'll have to be extra quiet
to not be detected by the undead lurking nearby.)
True or False?
The living are allowed to
eat and drink in the
library. (Zombies have
no regard for the rules
Where should you go in the library to ask a research question?
(Effective zombie combat tactics would be worth your investigation right about now.)
A) The Reference Desk
B) The Front Desk
C) The person next to you
What's the score so far?
Library Catalog -
Finding Our Stuff
Playing this round
Go back to the computers.
Each person will look up the answer on their computer.
When you have the answer on your computer, raise your hand.
When the appropriate number of people on a team have hands raised, buzz in.
As soon as I announce which team buzzed in - hands off.
If correct, your team gets a point. If not, others can steal the point.
Playing this round:
No need for computers - get close enough to talk to each other.
We will be using the A-B-C signs.
I'll read the question and choices, then count down from 5.
When I get to 1, the person with the correct answer stands up.
Each team that gets it right gets a point.
On which floor can you find "World War Z"?
PS 3602 .R6445 B76 2007
Is 2003's "The Serpent and the Rainbow" a book? If not, what is it?
Is the book "American Zombie Gothic" by Kyle Bishop available for checkout? Explain how you know.
How many items do we have by noted zombie expert Zora Neale Hurston?
How many of those 13 items by Zora Neale Hurston are print books?
Find and display a full-text article about the history of zombie movies.
Find and display a full-text newspaper article about zombie ants.
The Final Challenge
Playing the Final Challenge
Each team will be given the title of a book set (like an encyclopedia).
When given the signal, look up the title of your team's book in the catalog.
Go get any volume from that set.
Points are given based on the order of return of BOTH team members.
Team 1: Encyclopedia of the North American Colonies
Team 2: Encyclopedia of the American Civil War: A Political, Social, and Military History
Team 3: Encyclopedia of the Victorian Era
Team 4: Ground Warfare: An International Encyclopedia
Team 5: Naval Warfare: An International Encyclopedia
Team 6: The Cold War, 1945-1991
And the survivors are...
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The Library Challenge
Find and display a full-text book review for Max Brooks' "World War Z."
How many floors does McConnell Library have?
(The more floors, the more places to hide from bloodthirsty zombies...)
Assuming you survive the zombie pandemic, how much printing money do you get at the start of each fall semester?