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Occupational & Community Noise: A Guide for Environmental Health & Safety Students is the first of its kind to address noise in a way that meets the educational needs of today’s Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) students. Most noise textbooks that are available have been written by engineers for engineers. And while engineering is certainly important in the evaluation and control of hazardous noise, there’s one big problem: most of the students training to become EH&S professionals in the United States do not have an engineering background!
Author(s): Cynthia Burwell
Personal and Community Health for Today’s College Students, a customized version of Dr. Lana Zinger’s Healthy Happy Long Life, features Did You Know sections that periodically interject and highlight statistics pertaining to the presented chapter topic. Worksheets and chapter homework aid in student comprehension of the material.
The instructional framework of this text is designed to build reading, writing, and literacy skills. By becoming familiar with and capitalizing on individual learning styles, student interests, and different career paths, educators become better able to meet the unique needs of their students. This text allows the instructor and the student to work together to provide dynamic and authentic instruction that addresses these diverse individual needs. The instruction content in this text has been reduced to its basic components that can be expanded and developed upon to provide students a le
Author(s): Marilyn Skarbek
Physiology of Exercise: Theory to Application provides a comprehensive view of the human body’s response to exercise and is ideal for use by undergraduate students in the areas of exercise science, kinesiology, physical education, and related fields. Case questions incorporated throughout each chapter encourage users to relate and apply information. Diagrams, graphs, and tables are included to supplement text information.