In the Halls of the
Games that have strong educational content or have been used
successfully in classrooms.
A list of all our lesson plans.
An index of how our games compare to the US National Education Standards.
Our trifold brochure with overviews of the educational content of our most popular games.
Conferences that teachers might be interested in.
Connect with other teachers through the EDU Discussion Mailing List.
A virtual "meeting place" where all teachers are welcome.
with ideas, thoughts and comments you may have.
Just a few links to some conferences
you may not know about.
Looking for some conferences? Do you know of some that aren't listed here? Have you gone to a great conference and played games at it? Then let us know!
The first annual Gaming, Learning, and Libraries Symposium will be held in Chicago on July 22-24, 2007.
More than 25 sessions in three tracks will cover such wide-ranging topics as creating games for information literacy, implementing gaming programs, teaching kids how to make their own games, gaming for adults, digital downloads for gamers, online fiction games, and more. In addition, a track dedicated to Second Life will highlight how libraries are creating a presence in this virtual world and what they are gaining from it.
If you are an ALA member and are planning to go, I would dearly love to hear how it went!