Digital Escape Rooms

Created by library staff Renee Stokes and Bethany Stevens



Day 1: Cryptology Digital Escape Room

Cryptology lessons

The National Espionage Rescue and Defense Society is looking for young adults to participate in Spy School training. If you choose to accept this invitation head to the janitor's closet and key in the code which allows you to enter into the secret classroom where your first lesson will be in the field of Cryptology. Good Luck, Spies!


Surveillance observation objectsDay 2: Surveillance Digital Escape Room

The National Espionage Rescue and Defense Society would like to congratulate the remaining future spies on making it through your first day of training.   Today's topic is surveillance--the art of observing or being observed. You will be given six pictures to test your observation skills.  You job is to pick out the spy in each picture.


DAY 3: LINGUisTICS DIGITAL ESCAPE ROOM

Linguistics

The National Espionage Rescue and Defense Society would like to congratulate the remaining future spies on making it through your second day of training. Today's topic is linguistics--the study of languages. You will be given six question to test your language skills. Your challenge is to enter the language the secret code is written in to enter the secret passage, so continue to the janitor's closet and key in the secret code (see Day 1 or Day 2 lessons). This code allows you to enter into the secret classroom where your lesson in the field of Linguistics will begin. 

DAY 4: Forensic DIGITAL ESCAPE ROOM

Forensics

Today's topic is forensics--the use of scientific methods to analyze crime evidence. You will be given four types of forensic data to analyze, so continue to the janitor's closet and key in the secret code (see the previous day's lessons). This code allows you to enter into the secret classroom where your lesson in the field of Forensics will begin.  You must analyze the data correctly to advance to your final lesson.

DAY 5: graduation DIGITAL ESCAPE ROOM

Graduation

The National Espionage Rescue and Defense Society would like to congratulate the remaining future spies on making it through your training. It's Graduation Day. The day you receive your code name.  Please enter the janitor closet for the last time. Because today is your first day as a Spy.  Congratulations!!!.

Periodic table

Chemistry Lab Digital Escape Room: Periodic Table Puns

Five Digit Lock: Solve using the Periodic Table Capitalize the first letter of your answer HINT: Alphabetical Order of the Elements are important!!!

 


Votes for Women pennant

19th Amendment Digital Escape Room: Vote for Suffrage!

The year is 1920. Finally, the Susan B. Anthony Amendment has been passed by Congress, and approved by 35 states. But one last state vote is needed to ratify it into law. If passed, it will become the 19th amendment to the U.S. Constitution, granting women the right to vote. Join your fellow suffragettes in seeing through the ratification of the 19th amendment! 

 


combination lock

Escape from the Library Digital Escape Room

You are locked in the Youth Section of the Public Library--to escape you must go through each bookshelf and answer the questions correctly and unlock the locks by generating the right code. The questions are based on works of Literature.



doorknob

The Sorcerer's Study Digital Escape Room

You are the sorcerer's apprentice. Day in, day out you fetch his potion ingredients, feed his magical menagerie, water the herbs, wash his cloaks. All the while, staring at the door that leads to his personal study, wondering what magic it holds. If you dare enter, can you find your way back out?