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Career Development Month - eBooks

by Zachary Brown on 2023-05-11T13:00:00-05:00 in Career/Employment, Communication Studies, Education | 0 Comments

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Image one: E-book titled Game Production Studies (2021) - synopsis: As careers in video game development become more common, so do the stories about precarious working conditions and structural inequalities within the industry. In Game Production Studies, an international group of researchers takes a closer look at the everyday realities of video game production, ranging from commercial studios to independent creators. Across sixteen chapters, the authors deal with issues related to labor, production routines, or monetization, as well as local specificities. As the first edited collection dedicated solely to video game production, this volume provides a timely resource for anyone interested in how games are made and at what cost.

Image two: E-book titled Essential Guide for Early Career Teachers: Workload - Taking Ownership of Your Teaching (2020) synopsis: This book provides practical time management and productivity strategies to help new teachers tackle the issue of workload. Workload is a key issue for most beginning teachers. Trying to cope with all the demands of a new job with an increasing burden of administration, reporting and assessment tasks, can be daunting at best and may even lead to significant mental health issues. But there is a way through it all! This book acknowledges the challenges that exist and suggests evidence-informed ideas that can be used both in and outside the classroom to create an acceptable workload.

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