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Despite some opposition, AI like ChatGPT is here to stay, but how can school libraries use it to their advantage? One writer explores.
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Our Dungeons and Dragons Con brought in a lot of new faces to the library and ended up being one of our most popular programs. Give it a try!
Find great Dungeons and Dragons Starter Sets out there that will help both new Dungeon Masters and players alike.
There's a belief that once students get out of elementary school, they don't want to be read aloud to. This is a complete myth.
Tabletop roleplaying games like D&D are fundamentally about storytelling, and they build literacy skills in players in a variety of ways.
My role as a librarian is to try to get teachers involved in the library as something they want to do, not something they have to do.