The Games and Gaming Roundtable is excited to be offering two presentations at Midwinter in Philadelphia during the GameRT Forum.
Saturday, January 25, 2014 - 1:00pm to 2:30pmPennsylvania Convention Center103 A
"The Golden Gamers" Equitable and Inclusive Gaming Events for the Elderly presented by John Pappas.
In this talk, John Pappas will discuss the initial planning, marketing, collection development and community engagement elements of the series as well as successes and challenges. A large portion of the talk will be on game selection for this age group including issues such as the level of social interaction inherent in the game, types of games, levels of complexity and iconography.
Programs to Die For: Adult Murder Mysteries in the Library presented by Audrey Barbakoff.
Mysteries are among the most popular books at any public library. Get your armchair sleuths excited, engaged, and interacting with an after-hours murder mystery program! Learn how to create a story that will engage people of all ages, transform your library into the scene of the crime, and run an event to die for.
We hope to see you there!
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