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Author(s): Patricia A Fowler, Sarah Jimenez
Foundations of Nursing Practice: Essential Concepts instills an appreciation of what a “good” nurse means. Being an effective, efficient, competent nurse requires practitioners to have an extensive awareness of the expectations of a professional nurse, the uniqueness of every individual, and a comprehensive understanding of health and the health care delivery system.
Author(s): Rani Vajravelu
Ethnobotany: A Modern Perspective focuses on the indigenous plants and their impact on modern society. It discusses more than 260 plants that originated in different parts of the world and how they relate to human lives every day. This comprehensive text is built on the indigenous plants used around the world as food, beverage, medicine, narcotics, shelter, and clothing, along with their applications elsewhere. It refers to each plant by its common name, scientific name, and the family to which it belongs.
By: Elisa Setmire
Author(s): Elisa Setmire
Psyched combines a textbook and workbook for students taking an introduction to psychology course at the college level. In the textbook portion, each chapter begins with a short summary of the main topics that will be covered and ends with definitions of all the key terms from the chapter.
Author(s): Mark A Griep
Lab manual for Chem 106: Chemistry in Context II provides an introduction to the concepts of organic and biological chemistry research including but not limited to: chemical lab safety, chromatographic separation of plant pigments, soft drink sugar solution density, amino acids, an herbicide bioassay, caffeine extraction, aspirin synthesis, and soap synthesis from oils and fats.
Author(s): Melissa Harden Velasco
Dance Appreciation: Exploring Dance History and Performance is a journey through the world of dance focusing on the history of many dance forms, the connection of dance to society, and the human meaning and importance of dance as a living breathing practice.
Author(s): Janice Speshock
This publication is a microbiology laboratory manual designed for a one-semester, college undergraduate education. The manual is designed to be self-guided so that the students can learn and discover on their own time. All college majors requiring a microbiology laboratory course will benefit from this publication. This manual contains a series of experiments designed to build a student’s knowledge and mastery of microbiological laboratory techniques.
Author(s): Chyi-Lyi Kathleen Liang
Dollar Enterprise, an award winning program using $1 seed money per person, was the first and the most comprehensive entrepreneurship curriculum in the U.S. that integrates experiential learning and service-learning concepts into 3-month learning environment. This book describes step-by-step guidance for educators, program leaders, or other service providers to stimulate entrepreneurial learning for aspiring and nascent entrepreneurs across cultural, ethnicity, and learning ability.
Author(s): Whitney Whitaker
Social Psychology is all about common sense, right? Sometimes. Other times, the beliefs and attitudes we have about human behavior are nothing but myths we’ve picked up along the way. It is these myths that Dr. Whitney Jeter’s Thinking Critically About Social Psychology helps dispel.
Author(s): Charles M. Hubbard, Michael Toomey
Abraham Lincoln’s words and actions convinced the American people not only to persevere and save the Union, but to create at the same time a more perfect union that granted freedom and liberty for all its citizens.