This site has been created for people who love word games. We will be adding more games in the near future but we think you will find the many word lists that are currently available will keep you entertained for quite some time.
If you spend any time around students, none of this comes as news. Given a research task, many go straight to Google and grab the first “low-hanging fruit” they find. Their inability to critically evaluate sources or context is more crucial as the barrier to the production and distribution of information has disappeared.
The Center for Game Science focuses on solving hard problems facing humanity today in a game based environment. Most of these problems are thus far unsolvable by either people alone and by computer-only approaches. We pursue solutions with a computational and creative symbiosis of humans and computers.
The online library is generating considerable excitement in the library world because it offers access to a rich body of authoritative copyright material that goes beyond the “unmediated” nature of the worldwide web. This access is universal and perpetual, available equally to all library users in a system or institution, regardless of location.
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