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iSchool Lecture: Morality in Video Games

Games increasingly promote morality systems. Mia Consalvo, CRC in Game Studies and Design, Concordia University, will discuss players’ understandings of moral dilemmas in video games in a talk titled ‘Playing (as) a better me: Choice, moral affordances and video games’ on January 21 in Bissell 728, 140 St. George St., Toronto, Ontario. More information here.

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Rowena is a second year Museum Studies student at the iSchool and curator at Semaphore lab. Having read 'I, Robot' at a formative age, she is fascinated by technology's potential to make the world a better place.

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