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Author(s): Claudia Stuart
Reading poetry is almost as much an art form as is writing poetry. You don’t just skim the words of one and go on to the next. You read the words, maybe even speak them aloud, and listen to what they have to say. You focus on your own reaction, hear what the words have said to your heart, find that knowing place where Truth lives. You hold that poem for a while, live with it, taste it. Only when you have absorbed all you can for the moment do you set it down gently and rest.
Author(s): Rachael Botting, Barrett McRay, Rob Ribbe, Nathaniel Thompson
Wheaton Passage is Wheaton College’s first-year student transition program that is specifically designed to help you form friendships and effectively navigate the transition into Wheaton. Designed and run by HoneyRock, the College’s Outdoor Center for Leadership Development, and the Christian Formation and Ministry Department, Passage has a long history of enhancing the first-year experience by providing a small group of peers, an upper-class mentor and a faculty leader to every student before they arrive on campus.
Author(s): Kemal Gursoy
These notes correspond to a semester-long lecture given at Rutgers Business School, Newark and New Brunswick campuses, New Jersey. These notes focus on representing the statistical methods that are utilized by the business world, at a level of the third-year undergraduate curriculum.
Author(s): Blake Thornton
This workbook covers the third semester of a traditional calculus course - Multivariable Calculus. The workbook follows the chapters in Stewart's Calculus and can be used as a supplement to Stewart or as a stand alone workbook. Topics covered include lines, planes, graphing, curves, partial derivatives, multiple integrals, change of variables, vector fields, and vector calculus.
Author(s): Joseph Dowd
Introduction to Asian Philosophy serves as the foundation for an introductory-level course on classical Chinese, Buddhist, and classical Hindu philosophy. It presents East and South Asian philosophy in the style of the modern Anglophone philosophical tradition but that undergraduates at almost any skill level could read and understand on their own.
Author(s): Paul Luyster
This is the lab manual for Biology I, the first semester of a two-semester General Biology course for science majors.
There is so much more to biology than memorizing facts in a textbook. The fun part of biology is actually doing it! This laboratory course is designed to help you develop the hands-on skills of a biologist using the tools found in a typical, modern biology lab.
Author(s): David Ashley
New Third Edition Now Available!
Author(s): Gregory Y Mark, Boatamo Mosupyoe, Brian Baker, Julie Figueroa
The new 4th Edition of ETHNIC STUDIES: An Introduction reflects the interdisciplinary nature of Ethnic Studies - the readings are drawn from academic fields in the humanities and social sciences. A few first-person narratives are also included, so we can get a sense of how individuals experience their ethnic group status. Overall, the readings in this book are meant to provide students with a foundation in Ethnic Studies.
Author(s): Sukhamay Kundu
Lecture Notes on High Quality Programming for Beginners in JAVA is an eBook based on course notes that were developed and class-tested over a period of six years in the first (freshman-level) programming course (CSC-1350) at the Computer Science Department of Louisiana State University. The eBook does not assume any previous programming knowledge.