Thanks to the Lynnfield (MA) Public Library for hosting my visit at the end of January! Participants may also be interested in the Darien Public Library’s 21 things for 21st century parents. Slides: Handout: Whats’ So Scary About Social Software? handout Links: http://delicious.com/informationgoddess29/bundle:scary
Thanks to the Rhode Island State Library for hosting me to demo board and video games and talk about gaming at the library on Monday February 1, 2010. Audio, sides and handouts follow after the break.
Thanks to the Howe Library for hosting my visit on Friday! Slides, links and handouts follow after the break.
Thanks to NOBS and NMRLS for co-hosting my visit to Danvers on Monday, November 16, 2009! Resources from the session follow after the break.
Thanks to BRLS for hosting me last week for a session on Gaming in the School Library! Resources follow after the break.
The State library’s innovative teens and tweens grant, support for summer reading, and deilvery network has immense direct impact on MA residents and taxholders that contributes to developing a literate, informed, and participatory citizenship.
Thanks to SEMLS for hosting my video game collection development workshop in Lakeville in October. Slides and links follow after the break.
The October session of Discovering Game: Game Design for Librarians via Simmons College GSLIS Continuing Education has been CANCELED due to low enrollment. BUT, to encourage people to sign up, and preview the course, we are offering the first week of Discovering Game for FREE! Participate by reading the article, playing the assigned game, tryingContinue reading “Sneak Preview of Discovering Game”
Thanks to the Florida Association of Media in Education for inviting me to present not one but TWO sessions at their annual conference! Thursday’s talk focused on all types of gaming in school libraries.
Thanks to everyone who participated in Part I of the Game Design Session at the Wilmington Memorial Library! Slides, handouts and games created by teens follow after the break.