Institute of Information Studies and Librarianship
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|Vít Šisler is an associate professor of New Media Studies at Charles University’s Faculty of Arts’ Institute of Information Studies and Librarianship. He was a visiting Fulbright scholar at Northwestern University in Chicago.
His research focuses on information and communication technologies in the Middle East, educational games and simulations, and social aspects of video games. He regularly publishes in high-impact journals (New Media & Society; Information, Communication & Society; Contemporary Educational Psychology) and was a guest speaker at several universities (Stanford; University of Pennsylvania; and New York University).
Vít Šisler is a co-founder of the Charles Games studio and was the lead game designer of the critically-acclaimed games: Attentat 1942 (Apple Design Award Nominee, 2021) and Svoboda 1945: Liberation (Grand Jury Award, IndieCade, 2022).