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Author(s): James R. Bagley, C. Matthew Lee
Laboratory Experiences in Exercise Physiology guides students through engaging lab activities, teaching advanced concepts with clarity and approachability. This book includes step-by-step lab procedures, practical applications, historical perspectives, and an Electronic Lab Report System (eLabs) that streamlines assessment for Instructors. This material is intended to demonstrate and reinforce concepts in undergraduate Exercise Physiology curriculum. The unique eLabs offer Instructors the ability to conduct many labs virtually.
Author(s): David J. Bissonnette
Nutrition for Healthcare Professionals: An Introduction to Disease Prevention is an introductory nutrition textbook designed and written for students majoring in dietetics, nutrition, nursing, health sciences and medicine. This unique textbook does not follow traditional approaches to teaching nutrition; rather, it begins by describing the role of nutrition in human health from historical and contemporary perspectives.
Author(s): Viki S Fecas, Michele Campagna, Joseph B Cuseo, Aaron Thompson
Thriving in College & Beyond: Research-Based Strategies for Academic Success and Personal Development covers the full range of topics and issues that impact student success. Content is delivered through multiple formats and learning modalities, including snapshot summary boxes, concept maps, content-relevant cartoons, inspiring quotes from successful students and famous people, and poignant personal stories from the authors.
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Author(s): Maribeth Schlobohm, Christopher Ryan
Business and Technical Communication: A Guide to Writing Professionally provides a communication foundation for professionals in business and technical industries. This text aims to guide those whose roles do not exclusively require writing and editing but whose day-to-day responsibilities demand that they focus in technical or business careers in which a professional level of communication is required.
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Author(s): Roger Lightner, JOSHUA BURNS
The 2nd edition of the Microbiology Lab Manual by Mr. Roger Lighter and Dr. Joshua Burns is designed specifically for the General Microbiology course at the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith. Laboratory exercises have been designed and organized to provide students hands on experience with the tools and techniques of microbiological investigation. Biology majors will learn valuable lab skills that will help prepare them for upper level lab and research activities.
Author(s): Kenneth Thompson, DAVID STRUTTON
You engage perpetually in marketing. Regardless of what you do or eventually do for a living or with your life, you are a marketer.
Do you want more power, influence, and success; all the result of your own ethically and socially responsible behaviors, of course?
Your ability or lack of ability to market yourself and your ideas well will change the arc of your professional and personal life for better or worse. You need to fully learn marketing—from scratch. Imagine how much could be lost if you don’t.
Author(s): Diana M Wagner
The field of outdoor education has changed considerably in the early 21st century. What was once considered leisure studies or recreation studies has grown into a multi-faceted field rich with environmentalism, leadership, wilderness medicine, adventure programming, and risk management.
Outdoor Education Leadership provides instructors with a thorough and comprehensive introduction to outdoor education leadership, while inviting students from across the disciplines to explore.
Author(s): Agnes M Rash
The World of Whole Numbers is an introduction to the field of Number Theory for students in non-math and non-science majors who have studied at least two years of high school algebra. Rather than giving brief introductions to a wide variety of topics, this book provides an in-depth introduction to the field of Number Theory.