Gibraltar librarian collaborates on video game

Another video game developed by the University of Wisconsin’s Field Day Lab will have the fingerprints of a Gibraltar Area Schools librarian. Mike Scoville will join other teacher fellows, archaeologists, and public media professionals to develop a new game focusing on the world of shipwrecks. With Scoville’s background in education, he will provide feedback to the Field Day Lab team on the game as it is developed before allowing students to test it.  He says he is excited to be included in this project.

Scoville previously served as a teacher fellow during the development of a social studies and history-focused game called “Jo Wilder and the Capitol Case.”  He will be formally introduced at an event this Sunday and Monday in Manitowoc.


Click here to check out the last game Scoville was a fellow for, "Jo Wilder and the Capitol Case."

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