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Author(s): Kerrie Farkas
Transportable Writing Tool: A Guide for Writing and Revising transforms the way writing is viewed and practiced by delivering a comprehensive and focused tool that allows writers to use more effective writing processes and produce more effective texts.
Calculus: Concepts & Computation
This book presents the essential calculus material using a traditional approach and organization of the canonical collection of concepts. The writing style is clear and concise, oriented toward students’ understanding, and augmented by numerous figures, drawings, animations (movies), and lecture videos.
Author(s): Delia Montesinos
Conectando con mi herencia: lengua y cultura provides a guided inductive and critical-thinking approach to teaching Spanish. It covers five goal areas: Communication, Cultures, Connections, Comparisons, and Communities.
Conectando con mi herencia: lengua y cultura features:
Author(s): Karen Turner Ward
This publication helps readers sift through the earliest evidence so far unearthed of the very beginnings of humanity’s existence. They will discover how the human race begin and study the evidence of our immense diversity primarily in order to find what we have in common. Readers will examine past civilization - beginning with the Mesopotamians, Egyptians, Greeks, Romans. In addition, the publication traces the beginnings, the foundations, the major teachings, influential figures, and the spread of the three major world religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
The rapid advance of social and digital media technology has changed the landscape of communication and business entirely.
One of the top-selling PR strategy and campaign texts for several years, the new seventh edition of Strategic Communications for PR, Social Media and Marketing features a new author that brings fresh perspectives, current trends and practices in communications, marketing and business.
Are you tired of having to cull through topics in a text that has far more information than can possibly be covered in a single semester?
Are your students overwhelmed with all of the “extra” material that they need to sift through?