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Author(s): Victoria Nabors
Know What I’m Saying: Basics of Speech Communication:
Author(s): Jodie Foster
This manual is intended to provide the student with a practical approach to understanding concepts of human anatomy and physiology. It is organized by systems beginning with the building blocks of anatomical terms, molecular, cellular and histological concepts to serve as a foundation for learning the integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems. Each lab begins with exercises in the pre-lab designed to accelerate student learning in order to efficiently accomplish exercises while in the laboratory setting.
Author(s): Sarah Satterfield
Music Appreciation: An Outline Guide is the outgrowth of much experience teaching Music Appreciation at the collegiate level. Students are often overwhelmed by the amount of material in standard Music Appreciation texts. This text is only a guide at this time.
Music Appreciation: An Outline Guide:
Author(s): Delia Montesinos
Conectando con mi herencia: lengua y cultura provides a guided inductive and critical-thinking approach to teaching Spanish. It covers five goal areas: Communication, Cultures, Connections, Comparisons, and Communities.
Conectando con mi herencia: lengua y cultura features:
Author(s): Jackie Martin
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Business Communication on the Edge of Technology combines a textbook (print / eBook) and companion website – creating a package that students place on their office shelves!
Author(s): Fred E. Szabo
New Revised Fourth Edition Now Available!
Author(s): Chuck Swanlund, Kirk Bane, SCOTT SOSEBEE
A Lone Star Reader is a Texas state history anthology designed for students and general readers alike. In its pages, readers will find the work of leading academics and lay historians. They will encounter a wide variety of writing styles and a broad range of views. The reader will find that every selection is approachable, engaging, informative, and representative of the best in Texas scholarship.
A Lone Star Reader by Charles Swanlund, Kirk Bane, and Scott Sosebee:
Author(s): Christina Mancini
Nestled in the “ivory tower,” college campuses tend to be safe environments for students, but crime and violence do occur. To be sure, crime trends vary based on the location of the campus (suburban, rural, urban, “college town”) and their “type” (four-year universities, small liberal arts colleges, community colleges). Even so, there are certain classifications of crime that seem to plague colleges and universities in the U.S. This chapter reviews the nature and extent of campus crime, efforts designed to prevent violence on campus, research-driven tips for preventing victimization duri
Author(s): Eugene Shapiro
The benefits of Beginning Guitar, Seventh Edition are as follows: