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Amy Marin and Noland White discuss how Revel™ helps today's students learn anytime, anywhere. Digital learning allows students to be more engaged and leads to increased critical thinking.
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Noland White is a Professor of Psychology at Georgia College in Milledgeville, GA, and a licensed Psychologist. He received his AA from Macon State College, and both his BS and MS in Psychology from Georgia College. He joined the faculty of Georgia College in 2001 after receiving his PhD in Counseling Psychology from The University of Tennessee. He currently teaches courses in Introductory Psychology, Psychology of Adjustment, Behavioral Neuroscience, Counseling and Clinical Psychology, and leads a section of Advanced Research Methods with an emphasis in psychophysiology. He has also worked with Saundra K. Ciccarelli to co-author two college textbooks, and a high school textbook, in introductory psychology.
Amy Marin received her doctoral degree from Arizona State University in social psychology. For the past 20 years, she has been a full time faculty member at Phoenix College in the Behavioral Sciences department, where she teaches courses in Social Psychology, Human Sexuality, and Introduction to Psychology. She serves a dual role as faculty coordinator for the Maricopa Institute for Learning, a position which allows her to mentor faculty research projects related to the scholarship of teaching and learning. When she's not in the classroom, she's busy developing active learning resources and sharing what she's learned with others through workshops, presentations, and publications. She has received numerous grants and awards for innovative teaching. She also is the author, along with Roger Hock, of an introductory psychology text.