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Author(s): James N Helfrich
C++ Data Structures is designed to fit perfectly into the third semester of Computer Science or Software Engineering curriculums by teaching three important skills. First, C++ Data Structures helps students learn how the most useful data structures work by guiding them through common manipulations. Each student will have an opportunity to learn their inner workings by both manipulating the data structures by hand and to building them from scratch.
Author(s): Jon Celesia
This book is dedicated to your STEM success.
This book is for BOTH life science and engineering/physical science students.
Ideally, you work through this before taking your physics course, but it can also be used as a companion trainer. For the price of a few sessions with a tutor, you have a training and tutorial that has been developed, tested, and refined for 30 years.
Author(s): Daniel Paul Heil
The undergraduate academic field of Exercise Science is one that focuses broadly on the roles of physical activity, exercise, and sport on human health and wellbeing throughout the lifespan. While the field of Exercise Science has existed in some form since the 1970’s, there is continuing need for new academic resources that present updated perspectives on curricular content, as well as content that takes advantage of evolving on-line resources.
Author(s): Taneka Douglas
Chapter 1. Welcome to the Science of Health
Author(s): John Lawler
Exercise Biomechanics is a dynamic and expanding field that integrates mechanics, anatomy, physiology, cell biology, and sports medicine and orthopedics in the study of how the body responds to the surrounding mechanical environment.
Author(s): James R. Bagley, C. Matthew Lee
Laboratory Experiences in Exercise Physiology guides students through engaging lab activities, teaching advanced concepts with clarity and approachability. This book includes step-by-step lab procedures, practical applications, historical perspectives, and an Electronic Lab Report System (eLabs) that streamlines assessment for Instructors. This material is intended to demonstrate and reinforce concepts in undergraduate Exercise Physiology curriculum. The unique eLabs offer Instructors the ability to conduct many labs virtually.
Author(s): The POGIL Project , Tricia D. Shepherd, Sean Garrett-Roe, Alexander Grushow, Rick Moog
Thermodynamics, Statistical Mechanics & Kinetics: A Guided Inquiry was developed to facilitate more student-centered classroom instruction of physical chemistry using Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL). These activities guide students through a wide variety of topics found in a typical undergraduate treatment of Thermodynamics, Statistical Mechanics, and Kinetics.
Author(s): The POGIL Project , Suzanne M. Ruder
Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL) is a method of instruction where each student takes an active role in the classroom. The activities contained in this collection are specially designed guided inquiry activities intended for the student to complete during class while working with a small group of peers. Each activity introduces essential organic chemistry content in a model that contains examples, experimental data, reactions, or other important information.
Author(s): The POGIL Project , Tricia D. Shepherd, Alexander Grushow
Quantum Chemistry & Spectroscopy: A Guided Inquiry was developed to facilitate more student-centered classroom instruction of physical chemistry using Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL). The activities guide students through a wide variety of topics found in a typical undergraduate quantum physical chemistry course.
Author(s): The POGIL Project , Michael Garoutte, Ashley Mahoney
The Chem Activities found in Introductory Chemistry: A Guided Inquiry use the classroom guided inquiry approach and provide an excellent accompaniment to any one semester Introductory text. Designed to support Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL), these materials provide a variety of ways to promote a student-focused, active classroom that range from cooperative learning to active student participation in a more traditional setting.