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Author(s): Christopher W Rogers
Understandable Business Statistics, Third Edition is precisely what the title implies; Basic Business Statistics that is presented in an understandable manner. The pedagogical approach allows the reader to understand why they are studying the material and how it will be relevant to their professional future. The twelve chapters cover all of the topics offered in a typical introductory business statistics course. Each chapter includes end of chapter matching questions, multiple choice questions, short answer essay questions, problem exercises and some chapters h
Author(s): Sharon Bramlett Solomon , Meta Carstarphen
Race, Gender, Class, and Media invites students to explore critical aspects of diversity in media. It introduces students to issues of diversity as represented in the U.S. news, film/television, advertising, and public relations industries. It probes foundations, concepts, and practices in media representation of race, gender, and class in America.
Author(s): Coast Learning Systems
You're Holding the Key to a Complete Distance Learning Introductory Chemistry Course for Non-Science Majors.
Understanding Chemistry in Our World takes students on a journey of experimentation and investigation. The concepts they learn will guide them to identify chemistry at work in everyday situations, and hopefully inspire them to explore new topics outside of the classroom.
Author(s): John L Erickson, Coastline Learning Systems
A Turn-Key Distance Learning Anatomy and Physiology Course
Now you can offer a distance learning anatomy and physiology course at your institution! Designed for a one-semester, distance learning, college level course, An Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology by Coast Learning Systems provides a comprehensive survey of the discipline, including fundamental principles and concepts.
After completion of this telecourse, the student will be able to:
Author(s): Joani LaMachia, Jonathan Andrew
In their exciting, interactive new book–LOOK UP--Gaining Insight and Direction Through Experiential Learning--For Your Personal, Professional and Civic Life, Dr. Joani LaMachia and Jon Andrew identify and examine the choices that students face when navigating through their institutions of higher learning, workplaces and global society.
Author(s): Andrew Goodnite, WILLIAM A. YOUNG
’Excel’ in Business Analytics has been designed for aspiring business professionals who have an interest in learning the foundation of business analytics within Microsoft Excel. This book assumes no prior working knowledge of descriptive, predictive, or prescriptive analytics or even Microsoft Excel. From a learning perspective, ‘Excel’ In Business Analytics has been developed to support active learning.
Author(s): Robert Reardon, Janet Lenz, Gary W Peterson, James Sampson
Career Development and Planning: A Comprehensive Approach provides content from cognitive psychology, sociology, and economics that can be used to solve career problems and make career decisions.
Author(s): James N Helfrich
C++ Data Structures is designed to fit perfectly into the third semester of Computer Science or Software Engineering curriculums by teaching three important skills. First, C++ Data Structures helps students learn how the most useful data structures work by guiding them through common manipulations. Each student will have an opportunity to learn their inner workings by both manipulating the data structures by hand and to building them from scratch.
Author(s): Jack A Chambless
Some people would rather perform root canal surgery on a rabid wolverine than sit through a discussion of Federal Reserve policies.
Author(s): Jon Celesia
This book is dedicated to your STEM success.
This book is for BOTH life science and engineering/physical science students.
Ideally, you work through this before taking your physics course, but it can also be used as a companion trainer. For the price of a few sessions with a tutor, you have a training and tutorial that has been developed, tested, and refined for 30 years.