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Author(s): Daniel Kleier, Susan Rutkowsky
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.
Author(s): Anne Pate
This lab textbook is designed to teach undergraduate students how to use Microsoft Excel within the context of a health statistics course. The labs begin with introductory exercises teaching students basic navigation, terminology, and functions within Excel. The lab exercises are designed to build on themselves, applying previously learned skills and adding new ones with each lab. Students learn how to organize data, write formulas, create graphs with appropriate components, and use the data analysis toolpak to conduct basic statistical functions.
Author(s): John Boyer
The most easily-digestable and entertaining world regions textbook. Adopted by over 20 universities and schools around the country.
Author(s): Jeffrey Anderson
Managing and working with people is important across all disciplines.
The NEW edition of Management is accessible to a wide variety of students. Readers will find the book relevant whether their major is business, communications, engineering, fine arts, or science.
Featuring best practices from the authors 25 plus years of teaching experience, Management provides an up-to-date, practical, interesting, and easy-to-read introduction to management principles.
Author(s): Eric-Gene Shrewsbury
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Author(s): Gloria Cockerell
Making Marketing Meaningful offers students a text that makes sense to them. It is an informal text that has been organized according to how marketers learn about and use marketing elements in the real world of designing, promoting, distributing, and pricing products. Written in a conversational style of writing, this text organizes the subject matter in a way to help students learn the information as well as remember it and apply it in their own lives.
Making Marketing Meaningful:
Author(s): Jennifer Turley
Food Values, Diet Design & Health provides a refreshing nutrition educational perspective for students and instructors. The content is delivered in the format of literature review articles with review question and study sheet features included for each article. The 14 topic articles are relevant for nutrition enthusiasts and unique for modern nutrition curriculum. Students learn nutrition concepts a step deeper than a foundation level and apply the knowledge. The nutritional values of food are mastered through this applied approach.