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Octodad: An Award Winning Game… From College Students

Fatherhood is difficult, especially when you're an octopus. That is the moral of the 2011 IGF Student Showcase winner Octodad, available for free from its website. This hilarious little title was created by a team of interactive media students at DePaul University in Chicago, and is the latest in a stream of successful indie games to come out of collegiate video game design programs. In fact, it's so successful that a sequel is in the works.

How To: Use quotes in academic writing

The producer of this video is Chaya Radin from the Massbay Community College, Academic achievement center and her video is titled "The effective use of quotes in academic writing". It teaches students how to learn effectively, the topic that is focused in this video is very useful for college students especially for those who write a lot of college paper. When writing college papers and if most of the ideas in the paper are derived from another source, it is always useful to use quotes so you...

How To: Calculate your GPA

Every student with college aspirations should learn how to not only calculate their own GPA, but how to keep that GPA up! In this video, learn how to figure out your own GPA, whether you be in high school or college. Stay ahead of the curve by following this easy guide.

How To: Stop procrastinating

Need to stop procrastinating? Well, this is a very good guide on how to be disciplined. Why be one of the ninety percent of college students who procrastinate when you can be one of the ten percent who don't?

How To: Get your official SAT score from College Board online

The SATs are a very valuable college entrance test and could determine if you're accepted or denied to your favorite university. So, once you've learned to ace the SATs and have already taken your test, get your scores as soon as they're out! Don't sit in dreaded anticipation— go to College Board and get your SAT test results now!

How To: Calculate your GPA step by step

Ever wanted to know what your GPA score is? Your GPA is your grade point average, which is a measure of a students achievement in college. This means all your grades are averaged and your are given a cumulative "GPA". Most colleges and universities will figure up your scores for you but you can learn to do it on your own so that you can keep checking up on your scores and stay at the top of your game. This can be beneficial to students looking to better their grades.

How To: Make noodles with mushrooms on a budget

This video teaches you a wonderful alternative to eating ramen noodles, or eating on a budget. This creative easy to make dish is great for a college student, or anybody unfamiliar of the kitchen. Sick of those simple flavored ramen noodles? Well this tutorial shows you how to spruce up this dish in no time for yourself or your guest.

How To: Create a group for your college class on Facebook

In this tutorial, we learn how to set up a group on Facebook. First, log into your Facebook, then click on "groups", then click "create a new group". Now, give your group a name, description, news, email address, and contact information. When finished, click on "create group". Now you will be able to customized your group by adding images. Once you do this, you can add a website and change your different options. Allow only instructors to upload photos, because students may decide to upload i...

How To: Get an Ivy League scholarship

Ivy League schools are a students wet dream, but not everyone can get into them. Even fewer get scholarships for them. But in recent years, Ivy League universities have raised the number of scholarships they award to students. More students are seeking awards, making the application process for these scholarships very competitive.

How To: Calculate your GPA with repeated courses

This is an educational video usually for college students or maybe even some high school students. This video explains to us how to calculate our cumulative grade point average. The main character in this video is Colleen who is a Registration Assistant. This video is mainly concerned with the students at the specific university that Colleen attends, however, all students who are graded can use this to help calculate their GPA. Although Colleen goes into a rather lengthy explanation of GPA, t...

How To: Score a Full Version of Microsoft Office for Only $10

When it comes to text documents and spreadsheets, Microsoft Office is the be-all and end-all office suite—but it's not cheap. Paying anywhere from $140 to $400 puts a big dent in your bank account, especially if you're a broke college student eating ramen for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Something that I wish I would've known about during college is Microsoft's HUP (Home Use Program). With HUP, any employee or student of an organization that has a Microsoft volume license is eligible to purc...

How To: Calculate the area of a trapezoid

Finding the area of a trapezoid is essential to high school and college mathematics. In this tutorial, learn how to find the area fast and easily. You will be aceing math tests in no time with this simple guide designed especially for students.

How To: Easily tie a bowtie

A very classy man named Matt from the Bow Tie Report begins this video by explaining that bow ties are making a stylish comeback especially among college students. He demonstrates the sort of complicated, yet easy to learn, standard method of tying a bow tie onto himself. After completing the process, which requires a bit of finesse and a lot of practice, Matt shows that a good bow tie needs a lot of tweaking to make the knot just right and looking good.

How To: Tie a bowline knot

This how-two knot-tying video has been created by Paul Collingridge of Guildford College. It is used as an instructional video for tree surgery students. Bowline knots are useful for boating, rock-climbing, and any time a relatively strong looped end is needed. Check out this video survival-training tutorial and learn how to tie a bowline knot.

How To: Format a cover letter in Standard Block format

This video goes over cover letter formats, specifically in Full Block Style. Cover Letters accompany resumes in job applications. They should be sent ahead of the resume. They go over your experience, desires and objectives. The cover letter is important to both employers and employees. A human resources or HR department often receives thousands of letters that it must review before granting a job candidate a job interview or even reading their resume. This is a LIAD Production for World of W...

How To: Take Free Online Courses for Real College Credit

The internet is a great place to find information for pretty much anything you can think of. So why shouldn't it be a place for official higher learning? I'm not talking about a course in Wikipedia or SparkNotes, but real colleges offering real college courses completely online. And guess what—it's FREE.

How To: Write an essay for school

In this video, we learn how to write an essay for school. This is important because it will help you get into college! The main parts of an essay are: the title page, outline, body, introduction, conclusion, and footnotes. Make sure your title page has the title of the paper, the student's name, teacher of the class, and due date for the paper. For the rest of the pages, make sure you follow the guidelines that have been set by your teacher to properly write. Add in a lot of details and make ...

How To: Snag Hulu & Showtime with Spotify Premium for Just $5/Month

Media subscriptions are all the rage these days. Between Netflix, Apple Music, HBO Now, and countless more, your TV, movie, and music options have never been better. Unfortunately, all these choices weigh heavily on your wallet. So, when there's an opportunity to snag not just Spotify but Hulu and Showtime as well, all for just a tad bit over five dollars a month, how could you turn that down?

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