By Jenny Levine | By Natalie GickPresented July 23, 2007
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By Jenny Levine | By Tom Peters, Lori Bell, John KirriemuirPresented July 23, 2007
By Jenny Levine | By Barbara GalikPresented July 23, 2007
By Jenny Levine | By Amy Alessio, Joe Torres, Kelly Laszczak, Eric Currie, Alex TylePresented July 23, 2007
By Jenny Levine | By Julie ScordatoPresented July 23, 2007 "How do you get a library from 'Surely you can't mean video games at my library?' to, “When am I getting video games at my library!”
By Jenny Levine | By H. David "Giz" Womack, Lynn S. Sutton, and Lori O. CritzPresented July 23, 2007
By Jenny Levine | By Donald DennisPresented July 23, 2007
By Jenny Levine | By Jami SchwarzwalderPresented July 23, 2007
By Jenny Levine | Game designer Gregory Trefry opened the last day of the Symposium by waking everyone up to the incredible opportunities that "big games" can provide for libraries.
By Jenny Levine | On July 22, 2007, Eli Neiburger closed the first day of presentations by sharing the emotional and social impact the Ann Arbor District Library's gaming tournaments have had on teens, parents, families, and even 78-year old military veterans.