Video Game Collection Development and Management

Teachers and Librarians exploring VR at the ShushCon19 trade day.

Don’t miss ShushCon 2020’s professional development day “Video Game Collection and Management” on March 27th, 2020. The workshop, focused on building a collection and keeping it relevant, will give participants hands-on experience with the current generation of gaming hardware and prepare them for issues they may face with their gaming programs.

If you plan to attend, please register directly here. Your trade day registration includes ShushCon registration so you don’t need to register twice.

Event Details

ShushCon 2020
March 27-29, 2020
Cost: Free

Video Game Collection Development and Management Sessions
March 27 from 9am-1pm (Doors open at 8:30)
Cost: Free

Waccamaw Neck Branch Library
41 St Pauls Place
Pawleys Island SC 29585

Partial list of Topics Covered
PC Gaming Free & Paid, Virtual Reality
Consoles XBOX, Gold & Game Pass, Playstation, PS+, and Switch
Mobile Gaming
Company Stores
E-Sports & Local Tournaments
Game Design
Purchasing & Management

The ShushCon Trade Day is presented at ShushCon in association with the Georgetown County Library System and the Games in Schools and Libraries podcast. We love bringing exciting and geeky training opportunities to the professional librarians, teachers, and other children’s activity coordinators. 

ShushCon is a  gaming convention at the Waccamaw Neck Branch Library in Pawleys Island, SC. running March 27-29, 2020, which focuses on the modern hobbies of video and tabletop games. Once again we will host a wide variety of activities, including board games, RPGs, escape rooms, video game tournaments, VR, CCGs, miniatures, and our professional development training seminars. The training seminars are games related instruction for teachers, librarians, and other caregivers, occurring the Friday of the convention.

Sean Torrens, of the Grand Strand Gamers, and Rowdy with a Chance of Meeples, was one of our subject matter experts on hand to demo story games for 2019’s Story Games Workshop.

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