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Author(s): Barbara Bullington
Copy editing requires a desire to a talent for closely and quickly scrutinizing each word of copy. Copy editors rely on trusted resources to help when making decisions about what to edit and how. A Guide to Copy Editing and Design is designed to be a trusted resource for the beginning copy editor as well as an introductory guide to layout and design.
Author(s): Julia A Brady Jenner
American Cinema: Movies and Magic discusses how filmmaking began, industry pioneers and the formulas that led us to the films we’re making now. It’s an appreciation of those who came before us, creating that magic for the films we enjoy today. The text allows students to appreciate film genres, filmmakers and the technique of creating films, from a passionate perspective and with a more conversational writing style.
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Author(s): Jackie Martin
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Business Communication on the Edge of Technology combines a textbook (print / eBook) and companion website – creating a package that students place on their office shelves!
Author(s): Elizabeth Catlos
The National Parks of the United States preserve our nation’s iconic landscapes and some of the finest examples of geologic heritage. From glaciers to caves, volcanoes to canyons, or mountains to coral reefs, the nation’s geologic features and landforms have been an important part of the American experience throughout its history. The geologic features found in our national parks are a testimony to the Earth’s complexity and dynamic nature; a planet that has been in a continuous state of change since its origin 4.6 billion years ago.
Author(s): Stephanie Chadwick, Donna M. Meeks
Art as Living Practice introduces a variety of artistic media and processes, provides insights into their histories, and explores how and why artists work as they do. Exploring connections between local and global art, this textbook highlights canonical artworks while investigating art on campus and in the regional Southeast Texas community.
Author(s): Maria Victoria Gomez-Stallons , Danielle M. Winget , Jennifer Mansfield, Karen Mathis
Biology I Laboratory is an introduction to applying the scientific method and using common laboratory procedures and equipment. This course is designed to develop a student's ability to think, work, and write like a scientist. Lab topics will include experimental design, enzyme kinetics, scientific writing, cell structure, and genetics.
Author(s): Christopher Pieper
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What is sociology? Will I like it? Does it matter in the world? Can it help me?
Author(s): Lauren Kelly
Courtship & Marriage and the Changing American Family provides an overview of topics related to dating, marriage, and family dynamics. Current research and findings are discussed and reviewed to shed light on contemporary issues facing families. Past studies are also used for context in an attempt to show how dynamic societal issues can be and how this impacts family life. This text was created to provide students a concise learning tool to augment their ability to succeed in related courses.