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Author(s): Mary Tracy Bee
The goal of this book is to prepare students for health professional careers by providing anatomical information that will give them a solid foundation. While other exceptional anatomy texts exist, this one focuses on the essential information, the “Bare Bones” of anatomical concepts and facts that serve to provide a solid foundation for health care practitioners.
Author(s): Steven Chung
Steven Chung's Organic Chemistry Laboratory Manual introduces students to standard techniques of organic chemistry and applies these techniques to the isolation and purification of products. It is suited for both a one-semester survey course or the first of a two-semester sequence. All experiments are readily completed in a three-hour laboratory period.
Author(s): University of Iowa
Significant revisions were made to many of the “E”, “OP”, “Q” and “S” series of experiments before the 2012-2013 academic year. These revisions were made by laboratory coordinator Anthony Moeller with feedback from TAs and lab setup crew members. Many of these changes reflect the significant advances in available technology since these series of experiments were first introduced.
Author(s): John P McHale
Convergent Media Writing: Telling a Good Story Well is designed for use in an introductory survey course on writing for media. It exposes students to the various media forms they may encounter later in their programs of study and/or in their future careers.
Convergent Media Writing: Telling a Good Story Well will:
Author(s): Felicia Armstrong
Introduction to Environmental Science lab book is design for the non-science major use of the scientific method to investigate topics in environmental science. The manual investigate water quality, composting, biodiversity, risk assessment, acid mine drainage, oil removal from water and other topics in a hands-on experimental approach to give the student a well-rounded overview. The student is introduced to data collection, analysis and scientific writing.
Author(s): Stephanie P Curran
One World, Many Faiths invites students to explore life's big questions and the wide range of answers offered by the world's faith traditions. From faithful believers to committed skeptics, human beings have long explored questions such as: Who am I? Why am I here? How do I make sense of suffering? Is there a sacred reality and how do I relate to it? The answers are diverse but the urge to question unites us all.
Author(s): Jeffrey Anastasi, Jessica Lee
New Third Edition Now Available!
Author(s): Linda Kalfayan
You may as well begin with the idea that you can sound great!