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In the aftermath of the open gaming night at ALA, Scott Nicholson, Christopher Harris, Brian Mayer, Beth Gallaway, Paul Waelchli and Jenny Levine chatted and shared anecdotes about the evening’s events, which included:
Some questions raised:
- How do you keep people moving between activities?
- What will ALA Open Gaming look like night year?
- What one piece of advice can you give to someone interested in getting involved in this games and gaming movement?
- How do you deal with food in gaming programs?
I covered the winners of the ALA Gaming Citation, which I blogged about a few weeks ago.
Some of the resources mentioned in the podcast:
- Alignment of AASL standards [no longer available]
- Free Rice
- Darfur is Dying
- ALA Gaming resource wiki
- Developmental Assets [no longer available]
- National Gaming Day
- 2007 Gaming Survey (complete by July 31, 2008)
- Game Maker Academy, Wilmette Public Library
- Gaming Initiative, UIUC
What did you think of episode 3? Weâ€™d love to hear your comments!Want to contribute to Games in Libraries podcast? Weâ€™d love to hear about your gaming storiesâ€“successes AND flops!â€“as well as game reviews and other topics. Send MP3 files 5-10 minutes in length to Scott Nicholson by August 1 2008.