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Author(s): Pius Aboloye
2020 Revised Printing Now Available!
Author(s): Crystal Etzel
How does one become a competent public speaker?
Public Speaking teachers have been asking this question for a very long time. There are many answers to this question. The answer this book chooses is The Progymnasmata.
Author(s): Han Liu
As the open education movement has been blooming for more than a decade in PK-12 education, digital media for teaching and learning manifested in OERs (Open Educational Resources) have increased exponentially in quantity, variety, and more pedagogically sound designs along with emerging cutting-edge technology. Teachers in early childhood education integrate digital media on a daily basis for their classroom instruction and assigned student learning activities at home or in other digital environments.
Author(s): Craig Baehr
The Agile Communicator: Principles and Practices in Technical Communication effectively introduces communication in the workplace. Today’s workplaces require you to understand and adapt to many communication challenges, such as global communication, cross-functional and cross-cultural teaming, fluctuating information environments and much more.
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Author(s): Jeffrey R Knott, Wayne Henderson, Patricia Butcher
This book is intended for an introductory geology class for non-science majors. The seven chapters (minerals, rocks, geologic history, earthquakes and geologic hazard maps) in this textbook provide the fundamentals of a 15-week introductory geology laboratory course. The homework chapters on plate tectonics, the rock cycle and topographic maps may be used as review or introduction to digitally delivered lab assignments on these topics. Optimally, this manual is used in conjunction with digitally delivered assignments and local field trips.
Author(s): Laurie Kubicek
Prepare Students for Criminal Justice / Legal Careers in California
Author(s): Alan Jacobs
The theme of Geology: An Introduction is the dynamic nature of planet Earth. Geologic materials are constantly being recycled through geologic processes that are continuously reshaping the planet. The textbook, with numerous color photographs and diagrams, clearly discusses minerals and rocks and their formation, geologic time, plate tectonics, weathering and erosion, downslope movement of soil and rocks, surface and ground water, stream networks, glaciers, deserts, stresses that naturally bend and break strata, and earthquakes. The text concludes with dangers r
Author(s): LaKeita Carter
Reflecting Humanity by La Keita Carter helps to develop a clear understanding of, not only the context, but also the difference between race and ethnicity. The text tackles social issues and movements Americans have been exposed to in recent years and the history of their origins. An important aspect of societal movements is culture and the identity and privilege that lies within it.
Author(s): Michael McCoy
For scholars, the eight decades that separate the close of the War for Independence from the Outbreak of the Civil War represent some of the most storied—and most studied—years in the narrative of American history. Equally important were the changes that accompanied the nation’s transition to capitalism, including the decade-over-decade growth of population; the cityward and westward movements of people; the rise of industry, the expansion of commercial agriculture, and revolutionary means of moving goods and people around an expanding republic. These were also troubled decades, marked by u