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Author(s): Sascha McKeon
Essential Microbiology is an all-inclusive resource to students, serving as both textbook and lab manual to provide a foundation for allied health professionals and biology majors alike. Concepts are presented in easy to grasp excerpts making content accessible while maintaining rigor. Each chapter includes hands-on investigations and student worksheets, exposing students to 46 laboratory protocols.
Author(s): Ryan Pace
Business Entity Taxation rejects the traditional textbook method of providing the student with an onslaught of detail and complication. Rather, the focus is on a strong presentation of the fundamentals. To use a basketball analogy, a player must first develop a strong ability to pass, dribble and shoot. Once those skills are mastered, the student can readily adapt his or her skills to execute more advanced plays and sophisticated strategies presented by the coach.
Author(s): Diane Ferguson, Kelly Fisher
Environment & Health in the 21st Century offers the perspective that environmental health has a body of knowledge that can guide professional practice. It is an e-text resource rich with embedded internet links for nurses, health care, environmental health and public health professionals. It is a book for everyone.
Author(s): Brian Dean, Daniel Llamocca
The Introduction to Analog and Digital Circuits book is written for students who are interested in learning the fundamental elements of electrical circuits from an engineering perspective.
Author(s): Andrew Savchenko
The book’s title tells the reader what to expect once the first page is turned. This textbook concentrates on basic, fundamental, vital sociological concepts, theories, and ideas. From the very beginning of Sociology as a separate discipline within the broader family of Social Sciences, concepts of power, authority, social integration, socialization, interaction, community, civil society were among the stepping stones that led to exploration and discovery of specifically sociological issues.
Author(s): Michael Jolly
Until very recently it was possible to believe that we were living in a new world in which the economic problems of the past had little or no relevance. The subprime mortgage crisis of 2008, along with the subsequent ‘Great Recession’ and sovereign debt crisis, shattered this complacency.
Author(s): Randy W Bryner, David A Donley
The Exercise Physiology, Study Guide, Workbook, & Lab Manual offers students an all-inclusive resource to help navigate an Advanced Exercise Physiology course. The 7th edition of this text offers a well-organized and easy to follow guide through a two semester course which focuses on system-based exercise physiology (semester one) and clinical and applied applications related to the field (semester two). The text is organized into two main Sections, with five primary Units in section one and four in section two.
Author(s): PETER MARINA
Tired of boring rubrics that turn the university education into a “rubrication” trapping you into a mass produced education? Tired of uncritical “critical” lectures of predictability.
Weary of professors stating the obvious, or assigning books that state the obvious? Skeptical of other professors telling you what to think instead of how to think? Ever want to challenge your professors who want to force their ideology and dogmatic beliefs on you?