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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
In some way, we are all trying to sell ourselves for the better.
Marketing from Scratch: The Inside Skinny explains that everyone is a marketer and provides insight on how marketing is truly everywhere and shares how marketing is everything. It states how nothing happens until someone sells something.
Author(s): Cheryl Arflin
This text begins with identifying foundational principles about intellectual property and analyzes how the intellectual property system is affected by them. The rule of law, the innovation cycle and possible strategies for using intellectual property are explained and identified. Also included in the Introduction is an explanation of critical thinking skills and the use of the IRAC protocol for legal analysis. Understanding intellectual property rules, definitions and the application of those definitions to fact patterns is essential for anyone in the business community.
Author(s): BUNNIE LOREE CLAXTON
Written from the perspective of an educator with over 25 years of experience working with students receiving various levels of special education services, Planning, Writing, and Implementing an IEP: A Christian Approach goes far beyond completing paperwork and conducting meetings, and addresses the comprehensive nature of the IEP process.
Author(s): Carrie Cuttler
The 3rd edition of A Student Guide to SPSS provides easy to follow step-by-step instructions on how to compute introductory and advanced statistics using one of the most popular statistical software programs in psychology, business, education, and other social sciences. Written in a non-intimidating, easy to read language, this guide is suitable for individuals with little to no experience using statistical software.
Author(s): Earle Michael Young
Growth of the American Republic: Fundamental Concepts in U.S. Government & Politics essentially ‘catches up’ our woefully history-clueless students on the basic principles of government and citizenship…in essence, giving them a framework of understanding the ideas and history that influenced the founding of the United States of America.
Based on the author's 15 years of experience teaching at the community college level, the new third edition of Growth of the American Republic:
Author(s): LAURIE VOLKMANN
“Writing is easy.”
How many times have students heard that?
In reality, writing something that people will read—and continue reading—is hard work. Even so-called “good writers” struggle with that oh-so-important element that often eludes even their professional pens. But enjoying the writing process is even harder work yet so critical if you’re going to work in any arena where formal and informal communication is required daily—which is basically everywhere, by the way.
Author(s): C.E. Spratt
To be a good controller requires an innate ability to accept constructive criticism, to know one’s own capabilities and limitations, to be relatively good with numbers, to be able to recall obscure regulatory information at a moment’s notice, and to be able to listen to and interpret numerous conversations all at the same time.
Author(s): Alec Fehl