Every alternate month in 2012 I wrote a column for CILIP Update. This is the magazine for members of CILIP, the UK library association.
The articles covered various aspects of games in libraries; they often referenced examples of gaming in American libraries, where such media is considerably more widespread than in UK public libraries. The columns are introductory in nature, written for an audience of light or non-game players; there are no deep theoretical or research insights. All are downloadable as single page .pdf documents.
|January||Games in libraries||Because there’s more to libraries than just books.|
|March||Video game events||Making your library relevant to new patrons.|
|May||Geocaching||Using multi-billion dollar satellites to find hidden items.|
|July||Platforms for gaming||What are the options?|
|September||Gaming||Digital games in the academic library.|
|November||Games and libraries||The future.|