Games in Schools and Libraries

Games in Schools and Libraries (GSL) is a podcast and blog dedicated to exploring how games are used in a wide variety of school and library related activities. The podcast is produced and the library side is hosted by Donald DennisStephanie Frey joins him to share their achievements and misadventures bringing games into the library. Kathleen Mercury is our amazing new host for the schools half of the podcast, sharing her incredible experiences and talking with educators.  Stephanie is also the editor-in-chief for the GSL Blog where we all share our thoughts and resources for using games of all types whether on a tabletop or on a screen.  The Games in Schools and Libraries podcast is produced by Inverse Genius in association with the Georgetown County Library System.

 
Dungeon World being run at ShushCon

Dungeon World being run at ShushCon

ShushCon

ShushCon is a games and geekery convention hosted at the Waccamaw Neck Branch Library in Pawleys Island SC in March. The Friday morning of the event is a Teachers and Librarians trade day filled with workshops exploring a geeky topic; our 2018 topic will be announced in our October 25th blog post. 

Games in Schools and Libraries Podcast 

The Games in Schools and Libraries podcast usually drops on Fridays twice monthly with Donald as the producer and Stephanie Frey as the co-host. 

The Games in Schools and Libraries podcast was created by Giles Pritchard, a teacher St Georges Rd Primary School in Shepparton Australia, and Donald Dennis, a librarian for the Georgetown County Library System, to look at games and their places in collections for either educational use or as part of a library collection. Giles produced the first run of the show. http://g4ed.com/?cat=4

Games in Schools and Libraries - the Blog!

Not everything can fit in the podcast, and some information needs pictures. Those are the kinds of things we hope to share on our blog!

Posts occur weekly on Mondays and Wednesdays.