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Speaking With Influence in a Digital Age

Author(s): Imran Haider, Teena Edwards

The authors of this book approached the process with a mindset of “updating” presentational speaking practices. While there are foundational concepts in this text that have existed for years, and we acknowledge that those are important to creating the proper preparation habits and structures to deli...

America: A Work in Progress, Volume 1

Author(s): J. Edward Lee, Susan B. Autry

When the first Americans arrived 30,000 years ago, they brought with them their dreams for a better life. As America: A Work In Progress makes clear, they were seekers, scrambling across the continents of North and South America, searching for opportunities. Archeologists, through their intensive re...

Introduction to Neurophysiology

Author(s): Faisal Jahangiri

Introduction to Neurophysiology is the first of its kind written by students for students about the benefits of basic and advance neurophysiological monitoring techniques. Various neurophysiological tests are used routinely for diagnostic, prognostic, therapeutic, and intraoperative monitoring purpo...

General Biology Laboratory Manual

Author(s): Charles A Wade

The laboratory manual is intended for non-science majors studying general biology. The biological terminology is kept at a minimum in an attempt to limit the technical jargon. The purpose of this laboratory manual is to expose the students to as many organisms and biological concepts as possible. ,...

Exercise Electrocardiography

Author(s): Stanley Brown, LEEANN JOE, CAMERON HUXFORD

An electrocardiogram (ECG) is a test to evaluate the heart. Surface electrodes, placed on the chest and torso, collect electrical currents propagated by the heart to the surface of the body. These currents are translated into the ECG waveform by the electrocardiograph. The ECG is then interpreted by...

More Torrid Tales of Technology, Two

Author(s): Telford Tanager

The last 20 years have witnessed a drastic refocus of computer literacy courses, due largely to major shifts in the ways people interact with and the expectations they have for their computers. Technical literature from the 90s focused largely on computer internals. Students had to know how to “hack...