9am-10am: Play Bully NOTE: The graphics cards in some of these computers aren't quite able to display all the cut-scenes. For instance, when you start your game running, there's a short movie introduction - the visuals will probably lack colour and show up all wonky. You can skip it or listen to the audio. Once the gameplay starts, everything seems to be okay - so just get through that first part and you should be good to go!
about videogame controversies; how this links back to earlier
discussions about ESRB ratings, story, games for education, etc.
Should the library take a more active role in addressing and/or
responding to these types of controversies? e.g. Libraries protect
challenged books, and increasingly films, audio, as well. Should they
take a more active role in protecting challenged games (against bans,
10:45am-11:00am: Talk about
presentations (and group assignments if any questions/issues) - assign
presentation order for next week
11:00am-12:00pm: Group work! (reminder: this is our LAST CLASS before presentations)