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Jerremie Clyde

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Jerremie Clyde is an Associate Librarian at the University of Calgary where he supports researchers and learners focused on games as media, game-based learning, and the study of game production.  In addition to supporting the research of others he meets his own scholarly obligations by researching the use of game in learning and scholarly communications.  His work has included integrating gameful design into graduate-level teacher education, building digital game-based learning environments to teach emotional intelligence to peace officers, and more recently using Minecraft and scaffolded social media engagement to teach students about WWI propaganda and modern media literacy.  His current research is focused on using the use of game design in learning to support culturally sustaining pedagogy and equity, diversity, and inclusion in the classroom.  When not engaging directly in academic pursuits on campus he operates a sustainable mixed farm North of Calgary and spends his time on environmental and agricultural education. 

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REFERRED – “Intergenerational Conversations Through Redesigning Tabletop Games: Playing, Designing, and Learning with Canadian Families.” Proceedings International Society of Learning Sciences Proceedings, co-authored with Beaumie Kim, Reyhaneh Bastani, and Justin Acton.

REFERRED - “Rhetorical Replay and the Challenge of Gamic History: Silencing the Siren Song of Digital Simulation” pgs 170-186 in Kim Becnel, ed. Emerging Technologies in Virtual Learning Environments. IGI Global, June 2019. Co- authored with Glenn Wilkinson

REFERRED – “Gamefulness in Designing Digital Game-Based Learning Through a Role-Playing Game” Proceedings of the IDEAS: Designing Responsive Pedagogy Conference. co-authored with Beaumie Kim, and Diali Gupta.

REFERRED – Gameful Space. Activities and Assessment for Game-Based learning. Proceedings IDEAS 2015, co-authored with Beaumie Kim, and Dalia Gupta.

Greening Knowledge and Sustainable 21st Century Competencies. Informed Librarian Online, June 2014

REFEREED - “The Siren Song of Digital Simulation: Games, Procedural Rhetoric, and the Process of Historical Education” pages 52- 62 in Michael Thomas, ed. Technologies, Innovation, and Change in Personal and Virtual Learning Environments. IGI Global. Co-authored with Glenn Wilkinson

REFEREED – Game as Book, Player as Scholar: A Basis for Selection based on Content over Format, College & Research Libraries, in process, co-authored with Chris Thomas – in print

REFEREED – More Than a Game....Teaching in the Gamic Mode of History. The History Teacher. Vol 46, Issue 1, co-authored with Glenn Wilkinson

REFEREED – Beyond the Historical Simulation: Scholarly Arguments through a Gamic Mode, Loading..., V.6, Issue 9, co-authored with Glenn Wilkinson

REFEREED – More Than A Game... Teaching In The Gamic mode: Disciplinary Knowledge, Digital Literacy, and Collaboration, History Teacher, in press, co- authored with Glenn Wilkinson

REFEREED – The Siren Song of Digital Simulation: Games, Procedural Rhetoric and the Process of Historical Education, International Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments, Vo. 2 Issue 2; co-authored with Glenn Wilkinson

REFEREED – Embedded Reference to Embedded Librarianship – Six Years at the University of Calgary Journal of Library Administration, Vo. 51 Issue 4; co- authored with Jennifer Lee

REFEREED – Information Literacy Through Digital Games, Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, Vo. 3 Issue 2; co-authored with Chris Thomas

REFEREED – Building an Information Literacy First-Person Shooter, Reference Services Review, Vol. 36, Issue 4, pp. 381-388; co-authored with Chris Thomas

PEER REVIEWER – Loading... Journal of the Canadian Gaming Studies Organization

REVIEW – Dennis Blasko’s The Chinese Army Today Journal of Military and Strategic Studies, Vol. 9, Issue 1, 6 pages

Meeting Information Needs in the Inner City, Feliciter, Vol.48, Issue 3 pp. 40-41; co-authored with Naomi Castle

REVIEW – multiple books reviewed for the Canadian Book Review Annual
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