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Eric Keylor

Eric Keylor is a PhD. candidate in Educational Technology at Arizona State University. Eric makes video games for learning and is currently working on a Newtonian physics game for his dissertation research. Before attending Arizona State University, he worked on PeaceMaker (, a video game about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, while attending the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University. He designed and ran the National High School Game Academy (, a pre-college program hosted by the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University, and he was also faculty at the Entertainment Technology Center – Silicon Valley, where he co-advised student projects involving major clients including Siemens and the International School of the Peninsula. He was also a member of the design team for iCivics (, Associate Justice Sandra Day O’Connor’s video games to teach civics to middle school students. He is currently a pre-post doc at the Entertainment Technology Center, where he is contributing to the development of the Working Examples Project (