Archive for November, 2008

Call for a Universal Blog Icon

Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

We’re hard at work to set up a network of library blogs at MPOW. In our efforts to find natural linkages between our existing web content and the incoming blogs, the blog planners and I thought it might be helpful to come up with a shorthand term to denote what’s coming from the blogs. If […]

GLLS Report: What every librarian needs to know about video games and the law

Monday, November 10th, 2008

The legal ramifications regarding gaming in libraries continue to exist in something of a gray area. Which is okay at the moment, because it seems that the exact intellectual property of games is living in a gray area of its own, due to their dual role as both representative works and pieces of software carrying […]

GLLS Notes – Games in Libraries? Teach Me More

Monday, November 3rd, 2008

This workshop, led by Randy Christensen of Southern Utah University, presented a lot of great questions we should all be considering as we move to implement gaming as an educational and community-building strategy. It’s nice to get a little pragmatism mixed in with the enthusiasm – if nothing else, it’s a strong reminder that our […]

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