Together in Isolation: How to Run Virtual Dungeons and Dragons

Product Description

To show our support to the library community at this time, the Education Institute has offered 4 free webinars for Ontario Library Association and Partnership members and at a subsidized cost to non-members.

These sessions are meant to build connection and information-sharing as libraries begin to consider what comes next as they navigate this rapidly changing landscape.  

As a non-profit and a charity, we are launching a pay-what-you-can fee structure for our upcoming webinars to help recuperate our operational cost. We will continue to program webinar content that will support you through this challenging time. 

Webinar originally aired Tuesday, May 26, 2020.

About this Session:

Getting bored and feeling the pull of connection? Solve both with a fun game of Dungeons and Dragons! Leave the dungeons and jump on to the virtual super highway! Learn all the ins and outs on how to organize and run a Virtual Dungeons and Dragons game, tips and tricks on running a virtual game, and some of the challenges to be aware of. 

    About the Presenter:

    Michael Rogowski has been playing Dungeons and Dragons since 2001, played through 3 1/2 editions. He has orchestrated Dungeons and Dragons games for 4 library systems, and is playing another four games currently in a virtual setting. He is currently the MakerPlace Coordinator for the Midland Public Library.

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