Friday, December 02, 2005

Announcing: Gaming @ Your Library - A project of the Lewis & Clark Library System!

Here it is! Just in time for the Gaming, Learning, and Libraries Symposium, I am announcing a project I've been working on for the last few weeks!
Gaming @ Your Library is a new project of the Lewis & Clark Library System. The project will bring gaming events to interested libraries. Two libraries are currently planning Gaming @ Your Library events. The Glen Carbon Centennial Public library will be having the first Gaming @ Your Library event on January 13th, 2006.

Gaming @ Your Library events are designed to attract teens and gamers 12 & up to the library for a night of gaming. Each event will feature several pre-selected video games that attendees will play. The first event will feature a Playstation 2 with Dance Dance Revolution and four Xboxes (supporting up to 16 players at a time) networked to play multiplayer games like Star Wars Battlefront 2 or other multiplayer games.

The Gaming @ Your Library website features an interactive blog, and an RSVP system. LCLS member library staff can logon with their existing CLeO accounts and create a Gaming @ Your Library profile.

If you are interested in the project visit the web site: http://gamingatyourlibrary.com/, or contact Chris Deweese (chrisd@lcls.org) for more details.
Gaming @ Your Library. Bringing together gamers @ the library!
The website is live and so are the RSS feeds. So head over there and let me know what you think!

I'll be asking and listening a lot at the symposium monday & tuesday.

Can you tell I'm excited about this? :)

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