August 9, 2007 12:04 AM | Simon Carless
Over at The Shifted Librarian, Jenny Levine has been discussing the recently concluded Gaming, Learning, and Libraries Symposium, and it's totally awesome to see the library community so actively involved in promoting video games in a public environment - it may be one of the key stealth ways that games continue to infiltrate society at large.
Firstly, Levin notes: "Several attendees blogged the sessions. You can find all posts tagged GLLS2007 at http://technorati.com/posts/tag/glls2007, where there is great coverage by The Utopian Library, Research Quest, and The Flying Keyboard. Thanks to these folks for their contributions."
In addition, Levine notes: "Beth Gallaway started a Gaming, Learning, and Libraries Symposium Ning network to keep the discussion going. If you're at all interested in the topic, please join and help us expand the conversation." There's already some cool discussions going on there, actually - and I hope this continues for some time.