Please join us!
YALSA’s Teen Gaming Discussion Group
W Hotel Seattle, 1112 4th Ave., Studio 8
Saturday, January 20, 1:30pm-3:30pm
While the focus will be on tabletop games, bring all your gaming questions, and share your programming stories!
Can’t attend but still want to participate or listen in? Join us in Second Life Open Air Auditorum, Coordinates 126, 81, 33, or via Skype (kellyc411 or informationgoddess29) where the meeting will be broadcast live.
Check for updates, other gaming related Midwinter programs, and gaming events in Seattle on the ALA Midwinter wiki. Consider posting information about the YALSA Gaming Discussion group on your personal blog or state library listservs.
Any gaming related ALA conference programs or Seattle gaming resources, consider posting on the ALA Midwinter Wki or YALSA’s Teen Tech Week Wiki.
Email us for more information or to share gaming information related to YOUR library. Moderators: Beth Gallaway (informationgoddess29 at gmail.com) & Kelly Czarnecki (kczarnecki at plcmc.org)
Check out the following related to gaming and libraries:
YALSA’s Building Teen Communities Online and Video Game Night, Friday, January 19
YALSA’s New Technologies and New Literacies for Teens online class, starts February 5.
YALSA’s Teen Tech Week, March 4-10 and TTW kick off (January 21, 10:30am-12:30pm, Washington State Convention and Trade Center, Rm 608-609)
YALS Volume 5 issue dedicated to gaming
VOYAs Game On! December issue: Life After DDR by Beth Gallaway
Library Technology Reports September/October 2006, V.42, No.5. Topic: Gaming and Libraries: Intersection of Services by Jenny Levine
Follow the Game On! blog at www.libgaming.blogspot.com and LibGaming Google Group.
Posted by Kelly Czarnecki