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Author(s): Glenn Dolphin
Stories in Geology: What We Know and How We Figured it Out gets students thinking about the process of generating scientific knowledge and gives them the necessary skills to be critical of this knowledge. This text provides the history of how science knowledge came to be. It features short stories, poetry, art, and more as ways to demonstrate how science “fits” into the rest of life.
Author(s): Ronda D Hayes
Computing Essentials for an IT Age introduces students to the plethora of computer systems and networks - along with the constantly evolving benefits they offer. Created for both online and in-person introduction to computers courses, this turn-key course package includes a beautiful color lecture manual (eBook), lab content, tests, and quizzes all in a digital package.
Developed through extensive data analysis from both students and instructors, Computing Essentials for an IT Age:
Author(s): Lisa Sticca-Conrod
New Edition Available Fall 2019!
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Author(s): Jeremy Smith, Jay Keister
Music Appreciation: Histories and Cultures is an introductory text that covers even-handedly and engagingly the subject of music from across the spectrum of the Popular, World, and Western Classical traditions. The authors began this project after realizing that even though one (Keister) is an ethnomusicologist, and the other (Smith) is a musicologist, they share a personal and professional relationship with music of the Popular tradition, as both performed music of
Author(s): Laural L. Adams
Essentials of Business Communication for Emerging Professionals introduces students to today’s professional communication practices and helps them develop key tools and habits to refine their communication skills and cultivate their executive presence — bridging the transition from student to professional.
Author(s): Christian Goergen, Henny A Keuben
New 6th Edition Now Available!
Political science is important because it can help us to better understand and eventually solve or alleviate the problems we face as a society…
Featuring the most recently available real-world data, Politics in a Globalized World: A Problem-Based Introduction to Politics and Political Science provides the reader with a unique and innovative style to the dynamic world of politics by discussing the major political problems the world faces at the beginning of the twenty-first century.
Author(s): Wayne Allen, Kebba Darboe
This book gives students a brief introduction to the discipline of Ethnic Studies, its history, theories, methods and application to real world problems. It starts with a brief historical overview of this relatively new academic discipline and explores some basic definitions and concepts, along with particular theoretical approaches that demarcate the discipline in comparison to other neighboring fields in the social sciences.
Author(s): Thomas M Adams
Each of us has the power to change our lives, take control of our health and fitness, and control our future.
Concepts of Health-Related Fitness combines an eText, laboratory exercises, interactive exercises, automatically graded test questions, and a gradebook to create a full-fledged course package structured to provide cognitive knowledge in the area of health-related fitness.
Thomas M. Adams’ Concepts of Health Related Fitness includes comprehensive coverage of: