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Professor Frazzled Gives Tips for Student Success

Hey Teachers, I generally make videos to help faculty learn to use technology and learning management software. However, knowing that there are a lot of parents and students going online or hybrid f...




iPad Pro + Apple Pencil 2 + Canvas Ap = MAGIC!

Hey Canvas Gang, It has been a long time since I had a stack of 100 student papers sloshing around in my backpack. Even before I used Blackboard, Moodle, or Canvas to collect and comment on student ...




18 Minute Video for New or Reluctant Educators

A friend recently asked me for some help setting up his online course. Our school certainly offers an array of training opportunities, but these courses take time, patience, and desire. While I have ...




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Nate Garrelts is a Professor of English at Ferris State University where he specializes in cultural studies, contemporary American literature, and composition-rhetoric. In addition to publishing on topics ranging from instructional comics to film representations of pimps, he has edited four collections on digital games. His first book, Digital Gameplay (2005), examined the intersections between games and gamers. Later books help readers understand a single game or franchise by presenting multiple academic perspectives. These books include The Meaning and Culture of Grand Theft Auto (2006), Understanding Minecraft (2014), and Responding to Call of Duty (2017). He has served as a writing center director, writing program coordinator, and primary investigator on several grants. Nate has been teaching online courses since 2001 and is passionate about technology.
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