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gaming for everyone

I have really been enjoying Library Journal’s column on games and gaming in their print magazine and should probably be adding Liz Danforth’s blog to my “to read” list. I enjoyed Allen McGinley’s post in 8bit Library talking about gaming … Continue reading

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redefining what it means to read – the seven stages of librarianship

Enjoying listening to Jenny Levine talking about gaming in libraries. I’m still not much of a gamer, but I’ve definitely been seeing the value of gaming programs bringing teens into libraries. She pointed me to a document that I hadn’t … Continue reading

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a little omg and response to some gaming in libraries

Librarians play games “on the clock”. News show flips out. Locals talk to their representatives. Nebraska Library Comission produces 27 page report explaining what went on. The Library Commission‟s actions in acquiring gaming equipment and a few representative games is … Continue reading

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Winding River Library System – talk and notes

Hi. I’m back from a quick trip to Lacrosse Wisconsin. I got to do a five-hour training for members of the Winding Rivers Library System on digital divide and library 2.0 topics and then got to finish up by showing … Continue reading

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library games

There’s Gaming in Libraries and then there are Games About Libraries. I tried the latter and found them totally inscrutable and mysterious, though interesting from a “hey look there’s my workplace as a video game!” aspect [thanks michael]

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