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Author(s): Jacqueline Louise Wahrmund
Introductory Animal Science: The Biology of Domestic Animals delivers the foundation for all future Animal Science courses. Topics including genetics, reproduction, and nutrition provide basic understanding of the major Animal Science disciplines. Additional topics of anatomy, animal health, and animal/environment interactions outline the essentials of animal care. Laboratory exercises, homework assignments, and chapter review questions supplement the material to enhance student success in ASC 101: Domestic Animal Biology.
Author(s): Cherilyn Boyer, Cheryl Brodersen, Mikel Chertudi, Caitlin Hills, Michael Mandel, Kimberly Marchesseault, Marisa Michaels, Diza Sauers
For early-career professionals, your first contact with prospective employers or customers is usually through your writing. Email introductions, cover letters, and everyday correspondence play a large and important role in your professional success. Cracking the Code: Successful Strategies for Business Writing introduces you to the best practices for workplace messaging.
Author(s): Giuseppina Kysar Mattietti, Stacey Verardo, Chris Seminack
Introductory Physical Geology Workbook provides hands-on activities that complement the physical geology lectures and guide the students from understanding science to applying their knowledge.
Introductory Physical Geology Workbook:
Author(s): Sean Brierley
New Edition Now Available!
Communication is an integral part of our everyday life. Every day, everybody creates and receives communication, and content, and receives communication, or content. Being able to do both things well is advantageous to you, professionally and personally, those you interact with, and those you work for.
Author(s): Jonathan A Nourse, ERNEST W. ROUMELIS, Jeffrey S Marshall, David R Berry
We are pleased to present the 5th edition of Practical Earth Science Exercises, a laboratory manual originally conceived by Drs. Lisa Rossbacher, David Jessey, and David Berry in 1986 during their early teaching years at Cal Poly Pomona.
Author(s): Gregory Gellene
This manual is designed to be paired with the General Chemistry component of a GOB course which annually enrolls about 1000 mostly pre-nursing and agricultural science students at Texas Tech University, but it could also be paired with the first semester of two-semester General Chemistry sequence. A digital site is provided for pre-laboratory assignments, submission and analysis of data in a laboratory report, and post-laboratory questions with each component being fully machine graded.
Author(s): Cohick Mikel , James Richards, GIAN ARYANI
A Citizen’s Guide to Economics helps readers understand the economics that affects them as they go about their daily lives – training and learning, working and earning, providing for their family, planning for the future, starting up and running a business, and being good citizens.
Author(s): Staci Freeworth
Introduction to Nutrition is an easy to read, essential purchase for students in dietetics, as well as students studying subjects that may have a nutrition component, such as exercise science, nursing, pharmacy, medicine, and other related areas. This textbook provides the quality information that astute learners demand in nutrition science applications that are ideal at introductory levels. New and updated nutrition topics are intertwined with real stories from real people that connect the material to the reader’s everyday life.
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): Alan Neville, Janeen Outka
How do educators know when students have mastered important content? Effective educators know they must find the perfect balance of selecting priority standards and carefully identifying high-quality assessments that accurately gauge student progress, while also meeting the needs of diverse learners. Student Learning Objectives (SLOs) provide a formalized, but flexible process for educators to document student growth and mastery.