The American Library Association’s Games and Gaming Round Table will join forces with the American Association of School Librarians to host “GAME: Gaming As Meaningful Education” this Fall. The two-day conference will focus on “how games encourage critical thinking, problem solving and creative activities.” The conference will be held in Rochester, NY on September 23 and September 24, if you’re interested in attending:
A new two-day event from the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) will focus on how games encourage critical thinking, problem solving and creative activities. Co-sponsored by the ALA Games & Gaming Round Table, GAME | Gaming As Meaningful Education, will be held September 23-24 in Rochester, N.Y.
Attendees will explore how to implement interactive learning opportunities in their library program through all types of games. They will also discover how these strategies connect communities – students, parents, and educators – through the educational, recreational, and social value of games.