The Learning, Education & Games book series was written, edited, and reviewed by members of the IGDA-LEG Special Interest Group of the International Game Developers Association. The books were published by ETC/Carnegie Mellon Press.

The games shared on this website come from the third volume in the series, 100 Games to Use in the Classroom & Beyond. Use this website to find games to use in your classroom, home, or another educational setting.

Editor of the Book Series: Dr. Kat Schrier

Dr. Kat Schrier is an Associate Professor, Director of the Play Innovation Lab, and Director of the Games and Emerging Media program at Marist College. She is the author of We the Gamers: How Games Teach Ethics & Civics, published by Oxford University Press (2021), and Knowledge Games, published by Johns Hopkins University Press (2016). She has previously edited two-book series, Ethics and Game Design and Learning, Education, & Games. She was a Belfer Fellow with the ADL’s Center for Technology & Society, and she is co-PI for a Templeton Grant on designing VR games for empathy. Prior to joining the Marist College faculty, she worked as a media producer at Scholastic, Nickelodeon, BrainPOP, and ESI Design. She has a doctorate from Columbia University, a master’s from MIT, and a bachelor’s from Amherst College

Over 150 authors from around the world wrote the 100 chapters in the book!