The Library’s gaming program was attended by 11 students, and several expressed a desire for a repeat session! Although future gaming events may take a different form (with a focus, for example, on video games, miniatures, RPGs, etc.) we’ve seen clearly that students enjoy meeting up to learn & play.
Thursday’s event started by showing clear connections between games and course content in a brief presentation, then cut loose to let students meet new people and play new games. The librarian (Woody) got beat in Chess twice!!
Please join our “gaming in the library” session on Thursday afternoon — 5 November, 2 PM. There will be a brief presentation on games and how they connect to your classes (especially for philosophy, mathematics, and history students), and then we’ll break out to play games! Chess, mancala, Stratego… and many others. Light refreshments offered, and you’re welcome to bring your own board or strategy games, tabletop RPGs, card games, etc.