Mark your calendars! As part of the ongoing ALA Salon series, which gives members a chance to speak with ALA leaders on specific topics, ALARead more
Games in Libraries Episode 8!
Listen up at http://www.gamesinlibraries.org/?p=36. If you missed the Games, Learning and Libraries Symposium, get the wrap up at the roundtable discussion following Open Night onRead more
Tomorrow is National Gaming Day!
Some NGD resources, courtesy of Jenny Levine For those of you who are participating in the Pictureka! board game activity to count the most numberRead more
The Power of Play
Jon-Paul C. Dyson, of the Strong National Museum of Play in Rochester NY might exemplify change. The Strong Museum was formerly focused on American historyRead more
Gamer Dad: Helping Kids & Parents Find the Right Games
“You have to be a gamer to understand games!” ~Andrew Bub Andrew Bub, parent and game reviewer and creator of the site Gamer Dad promisedRead more
Real Data on Video Game Violence
“We got trouble right now, right here in River City” ~Larry Kutner, quoting the Music Man Clinical psychologist Dr. Larry Kutner, author of Grand TheftRead more
GT System Update
Eli Neiburger, AADL gave a fast update on the GTSystem that 29 libraries have signed up to use. Tournament scheduling & programming Check in/Registration matchmakingRead more
Alignment: How Connecting Games Opens Doors
Christopher Harris and Brian Mayer from Genesee Valley BOCES talked about their document, Board Games and the AASL Standards for 21st century learners [inactive] thatRead more
State of the Union: Gaming in Libraries in 2007
Scott Nicholson from Gamelab presented findings from the 2007 gaming survey. PC & board gaming is down; console gaming is up. New this year: policyRead more
More GLLS 08 Coverage!
Who else is blogging/tweeting? If you are blogging/tweeting don’t forget to use glls2008 to tag your posts! Please leave a comment with your URL soRead more