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Author(s): Robert Willey
Introduction to the Music Industry: Midwest Edition is an introduction to the music industry, and can be considered a primer for two reasons.
Author(s): Jonathan D. Gallop
While no book can magically turn a morally bankrupt individual into a paragon of ethical virtue, this text provides the tools to improve decision-making and formulate the best ethical responses to issues that will arise throughout an individual’s career.
The acronym ASPIRE encompasses a step by step guide to ensure a thorough examination of issues. It is impossible to cover every scenario that will arise in the course of a career, but understanding the elements that must be considered when confronted with a problem allows an individual to be ready for any dilemma.
Author(s): Mark Letourneau
English Linguistics: An Introduction is an e-book offering an advanced introduction for upper-division undergraduate and graduate courses. At just over 200 pages, it is meant to be completed in one-semester courses which present the core areas of the discipline: phonetics and phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics. It includes two prefatory chapters which answer the questions “What is language?” and “What is linguistics?”
Author(s): Sarita M Stewart, Maria Ivey, DORREN ROBINSON
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Author(s): Marlene F Blumin, JANINE LYNN NIERODA
In writing It’s All About Choices, Marlene Blumin’s goals were simple:
Author(s): Kristina Klassen, JOHN B. KLASSEN
Study Sense 4e is a unique learner’s handbook in textbook format for use in college Freshman Experience courses.
Based on researched principles of how memory functions, Study Sense clearly and simply lays out the beauty of learning, beginning with learning to listen and going on to apply memory principles directly to the process of study.
Author(s): Lynn Holtzman
This curriculum guide is a consolidation of lessons taken from ten years of teaching environmental ethics. The guide’s objective is twofold. First, to provide an introductory study of traditional and contemporary ethical theories and how these theories apply to humankind’s relationship toward the natural world. Secondly, it is meant to help students better conceptualize, and articulate their ethic as well as evaluate, understand, and engage the views and values of others they will encounter as a natural resource professional.
Author(s): Chad Littleton, Tiffany Mitchell, Timothy Parker, Jean Paul Vaudreuil
With a combined total of over forty years teaching writing courses and over thirty-five years in the business and nonprofit worlds, authors Littleton, Mitchell, Parker, and Vaudreuil bring you an interactive textbook to help you reach your full potential for professional writing. The Write Path is designed to give you the tools you need to communicate effectively, thoroughly, and confidently.
Author(s): Sarah Sandvig
Brand new sight-singing eBooks where singers can actually hear each example and sing along!