What better way to get students involved in information and how to find it than to have them create their own games. Here is some free and easy software from Carnegie Mellon that students can use to create their own games. http://www.alice.org
In course-integrated instruction, creating a game might be a nice way to break up a class into small groups and have them each work on different aspects of the library as it pertains to the different areas of info. lit. At the end, the students will have multiple games they can interact with to learn more information and improve their skills.