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Author(s): Mark Staller, Andrea Thorson, Bryan Hirayama
Small Group Work in the Real World: A Practical Approach introduces students to essential communication concepts and specialized communication terms. This full-color textbook aids students in working together to become a cohesive, effective small group team.\
Small Group Work in the Real World: A Practical Approach offers practical, “real world” advice about small group work. This text is divided into three main units and offers practical advice about:
Author(s): Leonard C. Onyiah
This example-driven publication provides students with help understanding concepts and methodology with a goal of lessening the fear that statistics brings to many students - and even helping them to enjoy the subject. To accomplish this, the text is methodical, and offers more than one example per chapter. At the end of the analyses (which may involve calculation or computation), explanations are offered for the results. Traditional manual analysis is provided in order to lay basic foundations for understanding of the concepts.
Author(s): Sunil Bhaskaran
Introduction to Geographic Information System describes the fundamentals of GIS and demonstrates a wide range of GIS applications for multidisciplinary students and faculty. It consists of hands-on exercises that are written with a place-based and problem solving approach. The hands-on exercises are presented in a easy to understand language that will appeal to the non-technical user. It will be useful to undergraduates, graduates, and faculty who are interested in starting a GIS course or are engaged in GIS teaching or research.
Author(s): Karl J Smith, Monty Strauss, Magdalena Toda
Calculus blends the best aspects of calculus reform along with the goals and methodology of traditional calculus. The format of this text is enhanced, but is not dominated by new technology. Its innovative presentation includes:
The new seventh edition of Calculus:
Author(s): Katherine Sanders, JoAnn Donner
The instructional framework of this text is designed to build reading, writing, and literacy skills. By becoming familiar with and capitalizing on individual learning styles, student interests, and different career paths, educators become better able to meet the unique needs of their students. This text allows the instructor and the student to work together to provide dynamic and authentic instruction that addresses these diverse individual needs. The instruction content in this text has been reduced to its basic components that can be expanded and developed upon to provide students a le
Author(s): Armen Hadjinian
Entrepreneurship Drills supports the development of new business concepts and helps organizations define the value that they provide to their customer base. Not a traditional textbook, this easy to use book is intended for those setting off on their own, as well as existing businesses looking for innovative ways to compete in today’s dynamic markets. The book consists of one page topics with a quick description followed with a short exercise.