Games and gaming in the library

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Games and gaming in the library

  1. 1. Games and Gaming in the Library Making your library the coolest place on the block Josh Barnes & Jezmynne Dene Portneuf District Library Chubbuck, Idaho josh.barnes@portneuflibrary.org jezmynne.dene@portneuflibrary.org
  2. 2. Why Game? • Bring more patrons into the Library • Social opportunities for children • Create connections with the young adults
  3. 3. Getting Started What do I need?
  4. 4. Types of Gaming Experiences Community Sponsored Board Game Nights Always on Gaming Video Game Nights
  5. 5. Community
  6. 6. Board Game Nights
  7. 7. FamilyGames
  8. 8. Cooperative
  9. 9. Card Games
  10. 10. wizkidsgames.com annarbor.com Deck Building
  11. 11. Strategy
  12. 12. Always-On Gaming
  13. 13. Xbox Kinect
  14. 14. Sandbox
  15. 15. Party Games
  16. 16. Legos
  17. 17. Video Game Night
  18. 18. Turn Based
  19. 19. Real Time Strategy
  20. 20. Co-op
  21. 21. First Person Shooter
  22. 22. Variations
  23. 23. Gaming Platforms and Costs
  24. 24. Board Games
  25. 25. Computer ● Hardware ○ Variable ● Popular Games ○ Warcraft III ○ Age of Empires ○ Team Fortress 2 ○ Counterstrike ○ Torchlight II
  26. 26. Wii ● Hardware ○ Wii ○ Controllers ○ Nunchuk ○ TV ● Popular Games ○ Wii Sports ○ Mariokart ○ Just Dance
  27. 27. Xbox 360 (& Kinect) ● Hardware ○ Xbox ○ Controllers ○ Kinect (optional) ○ TV ● Popular Games ○ Halo ○ Call of Duty ○ Minecraft ○ Castle Crashers ○ Wipeout
  28. 28. Challenges to Consider • Parental Concern • Age/Skill Level • Sharing • Broken Games • No Attendance
  29. 29. Management Buy In The hard part?
  30. 30. Be Prepared • Plan A • Plan B
  31. 31. Identify Community Partners
  32. 32. What ifs?
  33. 33. Questions? Please Ask!
  34. 34. Thank You! Josh Barnes & Jezmynne Dene Portneuf District Library Chubbuck, Idaho josh.barnes@portneuflibrary.org jezmynne.dene@portneuflibrary.org

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