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Game On!: Gaming at the Library

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Game On! has the answers and approaches you need to make effective, successful choices about video gaming in your library. Learn the basics through a helpful discussion about the history and research of gaming, from computers to newer popular platforms. Gallaway includes a core collection of games, serices, and systems that will appeal to your tween and teen patrons as wel ...more
Paperback, 306 pages
Published May 1st 2009 by Neal-Schuman Publishers (first published October 30th 2008)
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RoseMary
Jan 21, 2009 rated it it was amazing
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Everything you would ever want to know about video games and getting a gaming program and collection in your library. AND, I edited it *S*
Cathy Wood
Oct 03, 2019 rated it liked it
Chapters cover video game basics, video games at the library/providing library services to gamers, gaming programs, selecting/collecting/circulating video games, and the future of games. Some information is still applicable, but some information is dated now, a decade after publication. Besides mentions of specific games and consoles, there are also links to and mentions of many resources that are now defunct.
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Sep 20, 2012 rated it really liked it
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An excellent resource for any Librarian looking to introduce gaming into their library. This is pretty much a how-to manual. I love it! Everything in here is pretty common sense, but not everyone would think to ask certain questions, or look at certain problems from every perspective. A lot of material is covered in this concise guide, and it's a great reference after a gaming program has been set up. Soon it may become obsolete as newer games come on the market, but it still serves as a good re ...more
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Beth approached me about one of my gaming programs so I might be mentioned in this book!
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