GAMERT (Gaming) Round Table

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The mission of the Games and Gaming Round Table is to provide the following:
  • A forum for the exchange of ideas and concerns surrounding games in libraries;
  • Resources to the library community to support the building and maintaining of library game collections;
  • A force for initiating and supporting game programming in libraries;
  • Create an awareness of, and need for, the support of the value of gaming and play in libraries, schools, and related learning communities.
  • Create an awareness of the value of games and gaming in library outreach and community engagement plans.
  • A professional and social forum for networking among librarians and non-librarians interested in games and gaming.

CMU AI literacy instruction survey

  • 1.  CMU AI literacy instruction survey

    Posted Sep 25, 2023 02:15 PM

    Dear all,

    A team at the Carnegie Mellon University Libraries is conducting a survey on artificial intelligence (AI) literacy instructions in academic libraries. Participation in the survey will take about 10 minutes. If you are interested in participating, use this form to consent to participate and answer survey questions: 

    Consent form and survey

    Summary: This survey is being used to measure background, experience, approaches, and attitudes related to integrating artificial intelligence (AI) literacy into library instruction sessions and information literacy lessons.

    Purpose: The purpose of the research is to gauge the status of AI literacy being integrated into library instruction and information literacy lessons in academic libraries across the US. The results of this study will help identify trends, needs for training, and opportunities for exploration.

    There is no compensation for participating. There are no known risks involved in this research.

    You can access or print a copy of the consent form here

    Right to Ask Questions & Contact Information

    If you have any questions about this study, you should feel free to ask them by contacting the Principal Investigator, Emily Bongiovanni: 

    Emily Bongiovanni

    Open Knowledge Librarian

    Carnegie Mellon University Libraries

    Hunt Library 4909 Frew St, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

    (412) 268-2446

    This survey will close on October 20, 2023.

    Best, and thanks for considering! 


    Ashley Werlinich
    Liaison to English and Drama
    Carnegie Mellon University Libraries
    Hunt Library 410B | (412) 268-6625