Hello gaming librarians!
The research group I work with at the University of Washington has designed a new interactive visualization tool for searching and browsing video games. They are specifically looking for librarians who work with/manage/collect video games in their libraries to try it out and give opinions about it.If you have a few minutes, we would really appreciate it if you could play with a prototype game browser we built for our research and fill out a short online questionnaire. More detailed information is below. Please feel free to pass this along to any other librarians working with video games you know who might be interested.
Thanks so much!
Our game browser Vizmo allows you to browse video games by visual style and mood. We need people who have game-related professions (e.g., employees in a game company, game reviewers, game researchers, authors of game-related books, people managing game-related websites or resources, people working in game museums/libraries/archives, etc.) to tell us what they think about our browser.
The whole task will take about 15 to 20 minutes and your name will be entered in a raffle for one of the three $20 Amazon gift cards. More importantly, your input will help us improve our game browser and make it better!!
Here is the link to our online questionnaire with more information:
Thank you very much for your consideration. :)
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