I was listening to some wonderful librarians talk about their favorite games, and I was struck by how many of the games they mentioned wereRead more
Author: Jessica Spears
Foundry & Other Online Tabletop Platforms
Review of Foundry compared to other of Virtual Tabletop Platforms by Jenn Taylor. Virtual Tabletops, also called tabletop simulators, are computer programs that allow usersRead more
Games & Movies & Books, Oh My!
For some summer fun, or in celebration of the start of school, here are some games that are also movies or books, or both. BoardRead more
Megaland and IGM, OTP!
As you probably know, you can be entered into a drawing for games by registering your library for International Games Month events (register here: https://games.ala.org/international-games-month/).Read more
International Games Month Updates
I know it is two months away, but if you register early you can be entered into a drawing for free games. This year theRead more
The Game On! Grant Winners
Every year ALA GameRT offers a grant of $500.00 to help a library start, or run, a game collection or program. This year there wereRead more
Build an RPG Collection
Join us for this awesome virtual program for August! Wednesday, August 10th at 12 Noon Central Time. Register here for a link: https://ala-events.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bwTSt95JRse3BKD5Bj_HOw Mary RichardsonRead more
July is the Time for GameRT President’s Picks!
GameRT’s New President, the Amazing Rebecca Strang has made us a list of her favorite games right now. These games look really fun! Legacy ofRead more
Gaming & Libraries Opportunity
Hive Mechanic, made by the Game Center at American University is seeking 20 libraries to become hubs for making games and stories tied to localRead more
Two July Programs
GameRT has two amazing programs coming right up that you don’t want to miss. Learn and Play: Twine When: Jul 22, 2022 from 01:00 PM toRead more