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Author(s): Cynthia Gayton
This 11th Edition of Legal Aspects of Engineering, Design and Innovation incorporates new legal issues for the benefit of students, professors and those needing a broad overview of the engineering and design legal landscape. Many topics, such as environmental law, intellectual property and products liability have been expanded upon.
Author(s): Mark P. Hanebutt
The face of journalism has changed. The evening news is rife with personality, commentary, and political polarization. Blogs are doubling as news sites, and anybody with a cell phone thinks he's a journalist. Citizens say they can no longer tell fake news from real news, fact from opinion. As a result, trust in the media has plummeted at a time when the world needs more and better information than ever before.
Author(s): Tina M Penhollow
Points to Health is the latest textbook in health promotion and health education. It highlights the current practices of health and the future of health science. It is written at a level for upper undergraduate or graduate courses. The textbook is divided into five sections. The first part covers the history, goals, settings and responsibilities of the profession; as well as the agencies and professional organizations associated with health education. Parts two-four details intrapersonal models, interpersonal models, and community models of health behavior.
Author(s): Gary Hoban, Daniel T Cunniff, DINA CASTILLO PACIS , Clifford Tyler
This text, Ethics for Visionary School Leaders—Setting Your Ethical Compass (third edition), is designed for those students preparing to become school administrators and those interested in the topic. It combines classical and more contemporary ethical philosophy with current everyday ethical matters today’s school administrators face. The text also includes educational ethical dilemmas based on current, real life situations that students and their instructors can jointly discuss and resolve.
Author(s): Janice Speshock
This publication is a microbiology laboratory manual designed for a one-semester, college undergraduate education. The manual is designed to be self-guided so that the students can learn and discover on their own time. All college majors requiring a microbiology laboratory course will benefit from this publication. This manual contains a series of experiments designed to build a student’s knowledge and mastery of microbiological laboratory techniques.
Author(s): Eleanor Miele
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Doing Science with Children is a step-by-step guide to inquiry in physical, earth and life science for parents, teachers, and informal educators. This text targets those studying to be teachers, already teaching, or interested in helping children learn about science.
Author(s): Warren Franke
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Principles of Exercise Prescription helps students cultivate skills that are required for developing exercise prescriptions, or exercise programs, for clients. This guidebook ties in concepts from related health and wellness subjects, prepares students to pass a professional certification examination, and also enables them to help their clients live healthier lives—three facets that are critical to professional development in this career field.
Author(s): Xiao Wang
Author(s): Victoria Nabors
Know What I’m Saying: Basics of Speech Communication: