Noted scholar James Paul Gee opened the second day of the 2007 TechSource Gaming, Learning, and Libraries Symposium with a fascinating discussion about Libraries, Gaming, and the New Equity Crisis and where librarians fit into the solution.
Listen to an MP3 of the session (58MB, 1:01:39) or view a PDF of Dr. Gee's slides.
This post is also a test of a new podcast feed for this blog. Many more files from GLLS2007 will be appearing online so to grab them all, subscribe to http://feeds.feedburner.com/techsource. If you encounter problems with the feed, please let us know. After we get all of the audio online, we'll start posting some video.
tags: glls2007, gaming in libraries