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Archived Webinar - How To Run a Virtual Escape Room
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Archived Webinar - How To Run a Virtual Escape Room

FREE for Supporting Members ($15/$20) - This webinar will cover how to create a virtual escape room for your patrons.

Where: Online
United States
Contact: This Webinar is archived and will be made available to you on demand

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(originally aired May 2020)

 This Webinar is archived and will be made available to you on demand

How To Run A Virtual Escape Room

How do you transition a traditional escape room activity to a digital format? By using Google Forms, you can create a unique activity for your patrons at no cost to your library, but your time and creativity. Learn the basics of building the Google Form, the types of questions you can use, and how to collect responses for attendance numbers. 


Who should attend? 

  • Children's Services 
  • Programming & Event-planners
  • Tween Services
  • Teen Services

Competencies Covered (Competency Index for the Library Field):

  • Public Services Competencies
  • Children’s Services 
  • Children’s Programming
  • Young Adult Services 
  • Young Adult Programming


 Morgan Lockard is the Adult/Teen Services Librarian at the Fort Thomas Branch of the Campbell County Public Library in Kentucky. She has created four digital escape rooms for her library and also has experience creating in-person escape rooms for her patrons. Morgan has been in library programming for Teens and Adults for four years, and earned her MLIS from the University of Kentucky in 2015.

Adam Fisher is part of the Reference Staff at the Fairfield Branch of Lane Libraries. Only recently venturing into the digital escape room realm, he is more known for his custom in-person escape room programs, having created and facilitated 10 original rooms so far. Adam also led the SWON Level Up Lab for Escape Room Creation in Fall 2019. Additionally, his knowledge and passion for Graphic Novels has led to writing monthly reviews for Diamond Bookshelf.


OLC accepts 1 CEU.

KDLA accepts up to CEU. 

ISL accepts up to 1 LEU/TLEU.


FREE for employees of Supporting Member Institutions 
$15 for everyone in Ohio
$20 for everyone else


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