Research and Presentations

Research and Presentations

While I reflect in a more open platform through my blog about library news and issues, below you will find some of my more academic endeavours and polished work as I work to establish myself in the library community professionally.

Publications

Cross, E., & Tucci, R. (2017). The emerging technology collection at Carleton University Library: Supporting experiential learning in the university curriculum. Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, 12(1). doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.21083/partnership.v12i1.3917

Presentations
2018

Attridge Bufton, M., Harkness, C., & Tucci, R. (2018). Play your cards right! The role of meaningful play in teaching information literacy to first-year students. Interactive workshop presented at the Workshop for Instruction in Library Use (WILU) 2018 [Link to conference page]. ***This presentation includes additional redesign components based on feedback from students and faculty. Additional feedback was reviewed from game designers at the Irish Conference on Game-Based Learning in 2017.

2017

Attridge Bufton, M., Harkness, C., & Tucci, R. (2017). Play your cards right! The role of meaningful play in teaching information literacy to first-year students. Presented at the Irish Conference on Game-Based Learning 2017.

Apgar, J., Liebregts, E., & Tucci, R. (2017). Level up your Minecraft club. Presented at the Ontario Library and Information Technology Association Digital Odyssey 2017. (Invitation to present)

2016

Tucci, R. (2016). Building the Future: Minecraft and LeBreton Flats at Carleton University MacOdrum Library. Presented at the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board Digital Learning Conference 2016 on May 17.

Attridge Bufton, M., Harkness, C., & Tucci, R. (2016). Gin! Playing cards to engage undergrads in finding academic sources. Presented at the Carleton Teaching and Learning Symposium on May 10. [Link to symposium agenda].

Cross, E., Schramm, C., Skerlak, S., & Tucci, R. (2016). Carleton University emerging technology lending library. Presented at the Carleton Teaching and Learning Symposium on May 10. [Link to slides] and [Link to symposium agenda].

Posters
2017

Attridge Bufton, M., Harkness, C., & Tucci, R. (2017). Play your cards right! The role of meaningful play in teaching information literacy to first-year students. Presented at the Ontario Library Association Super Conference 2017, on February 2, 2017. [PDF Version of the Poster].

Also presented at:

15th Annual Library Research Forum (2017), on April 28, 2017 [link]

83rd IFLA General Conference and Assembly (2017), on August 21-22, 2017. [link]

2016

Tucci, R. (2016). Building the Future: Minecraft and LeBreton Flats at Carleton University MacOdrum Library. Presented at the Ontario Library Association Super Conference 2016, on Friday January 29th. [PDF Version of the Poster].

Research

Acknowledgement in: Stephens, M. (2016). Connected learning: Evaluating and refining an academic community blogging platform. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 57(4). doi:10.12783/issn.2328-2967/57/4/4 [Link to Dr. Stephens blog].

Tucci, R. (October 8, 2015). Reality is broken: Why games make us better and how they can change the world by Jane McGonigal- A TTW Guest Post by Ryan Tucci. Retrieved from: http://tametheweb.com/2015/10/08/reality-is-broken-why-games-make-us-better-and-how-they-can-change-the-world-by-jane-mcgonigal-a-ttw-guest-post-by-ryan-tucci/

Interviews
2018

2016

Fenn, Kirsten. (February, 2016). “MacOdrum Library Catches Colouring Craze.” Carleton Now. Retrieved from (link currently not working): http://carletonnow.carleton.ca/?p=13492