The Design of RPGs to Teach Ethics and Empath

Karen Schrier is an Assistant Professor of Media Arts at Marist College, where she researches and teaches game design, transmedia storytelling, interaction design and UX/UI.

While earning her doctorate at Columbia University, she developed websites, apps, and games at a number of companies, including Scholastic, Nickelodeon and ESI Design. Karen co-edited a recently published series of books on ethics and games called “Ethics and Game Design,” and is currently editing a book written by the IGDA Learning
and Education Games SIG on educational games.

Karen holds an Ed.D. in Instructional Technology and Media from Columbia University, a master’s degree from MIT, and a bachelor’s degree from Amherst College. You can contact her at

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