Franziska Spring-Keller is a doctoral student of the Educational Engineering Lab at the University of Zurich in Switzerland. She is also a visiting scholar working with Kurt Squire and the GLS group. She holds an MS in computer science from the University of Zurich in Switzerland. Coming from the field of computer science, she completed diverse coursework in psychology and educational technology in Switzerland and at the University of Lund in Sweden in order to better understand the interdisciplinary field of games and learning. Her first favorite games were Day of the Tentacle and the Monkey Island series. Since then, her taste in games shifted a little more to role-playing games like World of Warcraft and car racing games or strategy games. Her research interests concern learning behavior in games, dynamic adjustments of games for learning and generally innovative technologies that enhance the learning experience in a game-based environment.