For a brief introduction to minigames, CLICK HERE to view the Minigame workbook from GGOB's Get in the Game (GIG) workshop.
For details on a few minigames that have already been conducted at MSSU, CLICK HERE. For more information about these minigames, please contact the individuals featured. Many other minigames have been conducted across campus and soon we will have an online database of both current and past MSSU minigames. This will allow us to easily share game ideas, possible outcome measures, and tips we have learned along the way.
If you or your department would like assistance developing a minigame, please contact Landon Adams, Chair of the Minigame subcommittee (Adams-L@mssu.edu; 417-625-9669), or click on the Get Help with Minigames option to the left. Members of the Minigame subcommittee are also available for in-person consulting services if needed.
To formally submit a minigame for approval and request funding for minigame rewards, visit the Minigame Application option to the left. All minigames must be reviewed and documented by the Minigame subcommittee prior to implementation.
Minigame training is the third GGOE training module, after the Introduction and Finance training, and is currently available in Blackboard. For more information about available trainings, visit the Learning Resources menu to the left .