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  1. Video Gaming in the Library for Utter Beginners Module 1: Introduction to the Wii and Basic Wii Setup This instruction session was originally created for LIS 526 - Instructional Strategies for Library and Information Professionals in the Fall of 2008. It does not represent any real workshop or instruction session.

  2. Objectives • Direct Objective • Learn about the Wii game system • Emergent Objectives • Increase confidence • Think about how experience applies to your work / situation This instruction session was originally created for LIS 526 - Instructional Strategies for Library and Information Professionals in the Fall of 2008. It does not represent any real workshop or instruction session.

  3. Goals • Identify names and functions of Wii parts • Assemble a Wii from those parts. • Increase confidence about setting up any game system • Identify factors to consider when setting up a game system @ your work. This instruction session was originally created for LIS 526 - Instructional Strategies for Library and Information Professionals in the Fall of 2008. It does not represent any real workshop or instruction session.

  4. A Wii is like a …. This instruction session was originally created for LIS 526 - Instructional Strategies for Library and Information Professionals in the Fall of 2008. It does not represent any real workshop or instruction session.

  5. User Input This instruction session was originally created for LIS 526 - Instructional Strategies for Library and Information Professionals in the Fall of 2008. It does not represent any real workshop or instruction session.

  6. Transmitting Input This instruction session was originally created for LIS 526 - Instructional Strategies for Library and Information Professionals in the Fall of 2008. It does not represent any real workshop or instruction session.

  7. Processing Input This instruction session was originally created for LIS 526 - Instructional Strategies for Library and Information Professionals in the Fall of 2008. It does not represent any real workshop or instruction session.

  8. Transmitting Output This instruction session was originally created for LIS 526 - Instructional Strategies for Library and Information Professionals in the Fall of 2008. It does not represent any real workshop or instruction session.

  9. Displaying Output This instruction session was originally created for LIS 526 - Instructional Strategies for Library and Information Professionals in the Fall of 2008. It does not represent any real workshop or instruction session.

  10. Powering the Wii This instruction session was originally created for LIS 526 - Instructional Strategies for Library and Information Professionals in the Fall of 2008. It does not represent any real workshop or instruction session.

  11. Activity:Assembling a Wii • Three groups and stations • White • Blue • Yellow This instruction session was originally created for LIS 526 - Instructional Strategies for Library and Information Professionals in the Fall of 2008. It does not represent any real workshop or instruction session.

  12. Wrap up • Thoughts about setting up in your own library • Quick Assessment This instruction session was originally created for LIS 526 - Instructional Strategies for Library and Information Professionals in the Fall of 2008. It does not represent any real workshop or instruction session.

  13. After Coffee Break • Review Module One • Start Module Two • See you in 20 minutes This instruction session was originally created for LIS 526 - Instructional Strategies for Library and Information Professionals in the Fall of 2008. It does not represent any real workshop or instruction session.