Deal Me In | Games, Gamers, & Gaming

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Card games are a valuable asset to your library’s gaming initiative and are great for people who love hands-on and interactive experiences.

They’re Gamers, Not “Girl Gamers” | Games, Gamers, & Gaming


Since the advent of online gaming and the wider acceptance of the pursuit as a legitimate hobby for adults, everyone who has bothered to do so has noticed that girls and women play games almost as much (and enjoy as much variety) as boys and men.

Hurts So Good | Games, Gamers, & Gaming


It’s important to stock your library collection with games that move the genre forward and encourage patrons to see video games as a legitimate medium for personal expression, telling stories in new ways and asking deep questions about ourselves and the world around us.

Ticket To Ride | Games, Gamers, & Gaming


A great game for beginners. With an adventurous theme, Ticket To Ride leads to conversations about economics and exploration, it’s also an incredible learning tool that sparks discussion and encourages inquiry.

Batman’s Early Days | Games, Gamers, & Gaming


Batman: Arkham Origins is a must-have for any serious player or Batman fan. Read more from the January issue.

Because Science Is Awesome | Games, Gamers, & Gaming | May 15, 2013

M. Brandon Robbins explores creative ways to meld STEM skills with gaming.