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Mechanisms and Logic in Human Physiology is a next-gen learning resource, adapting to a variety of pedagogical strategies as well as strongly promoting higher order thinking, the ultimate goal of 21st century pre-clinical education. Physiology - a study of complex systems in motion - requires a deeper level of learning than rote memorization can provide.
The 9th edition of College and Career Success features topics on college, career, and lifelong success. This textbook helps students choose a major that matches their interests and personal strengths. The latest research on motivation, mindset, and grit is used to help students persist and complete their education. It provides the basic skills for success in college and throughout life.
College & Career Success:
9th Edition Now Available!
College and Career Success Concise 9th Edition is designed for one-two unit courses or for developmental students who need more time to read the material. It will help students have a successful journey through college and into their career with career planning and academic skills that will help them to successfully complete their education.
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The book is based on the premise that education for Native American and Indigenous students begins with a positive self-concept. For these students, positive self-concept includes pride in their cultural background.
Chapters contain a section titled “Stories from the Elders” or “Interviews with the Elders,” which help students to connect universal themes in Native cultures to college success. Stories from Canada, the United States, and Mexico bridge commonalities across cultures.
Author(s): CATHIE ROBERTSON
New Eighth Edition Now Available!
Safety, Nutrition and Health in Early Education explores early childhood safety and nutrition in a variety of facets, including indoor and outdoor safety, emergency procedures, nutrition and food safety, as well as a chapter on holistic wellness in early childhood education. Topics such as diversity and development ensure that students receive a wellrounded understanding of the material in this interactive, online book.
Author(s): DENIS G. HAMILTON
Management: The Right Work, Done Well! covers all the key topics expected in an introductory management textbook. The publication features an easily readable and understandable format based on the primary purpose of management - to get the “Right Work, Done Well!”
The publication is written by Denis G. Hamilton, an award-winning professor who has taught over 10,000 students since earning a Ph.D. in organization management and who also has over 35 years of broad-based management experience including executive level positions in two Fortune 50 companies.
Author(s): RYAN PACE
Understanding the legal environment in which businesses operate is a critical component of success for all business leaders and decision-makers.
The Legal Environment of Business by Ryan H. Pace introduces fundamental legal topics relating to the U.S. Constitution, ethics, dispute resolution, crimes, torts, property, contracts, business entities, securities, agency, employment discrimination, debtor-creditor relationships, negotiable instruments, administrative process, environment, wills and trusts, insurance, and more.
Author(s): Suzanne Shaw
Event Planning & Management At Colleges & Universities: An Emerging Hospitality Profession, the first book of its kind, focuses on the event planning at a college or university and provides broad insights on what this line of work can offer both personally and professionally. This digital text also introduces students to the professional opportunities in the meeting, incentive, conference, and exposition industry (M.I.C.E.).
Features of Event Planning & Management At Colleges & Universities include:
Author(s): Linda Kalfayan
You may as well begin with the idea that you can sound great!
Chemistry is the study of being and becoming in the material world. It is an experimental science that requires careful observation of physical properties of substances, as well as how they are changed by chemical reactions.