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Author(s): Tina M Penhollow
Points to Health is the latest textbook in health promotion and health education. It highlights the current practices of health and the future of health science. It is written at a level for upper undergraduate or graduate courses. The textbook is divided into five sections. The first part covers the history, goals, settings and responsibilities of the profession; as well as the agencies and professional organizations associated with health education. Parts two-four details intrapersonal models, interpersonal models, and community models of health behavior.
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): Dong Joon Lee
Through this book, you will learn the fundamentals of finance. The discussion topics for the book include the financial markets, financial statement analysis, time value of money, risk and returns, cost of money and capital, capital budgeting, bonds, and stocks.
Upon completion of this book, you will be able to:
Author(s): James Curry
Film Style Mode is a guide focusing on techniques the author believes are the foundations of what great storytelling and filmmaking are built upon. Whether you're creating shorts, music videos, features, commercials, documentaries or anything in between, you’ll find quick tips for camera setups, editing, and direction. You’ll also find guidance on actor adjustments, angles and compositions that lend themselves to your story, and how to run your set in a fair and equitable manner.
Author(s): Cynthia T Carrell
SurroundSound: A New Approach to Music Appreciation is designed to engage college and high school students in meaningful listening and discussion to help students get an "out of the box" perspective on the world of music. In SurroundSound, Carrell approaches music appreciation from the point of view of the educator and musician that she is. Her primary objective is clear: to give all students the tools needed to enjoy, understand, and appreciate music of a wide variety.
Author(s): PJ Verrecchia
New Fifth Edition Now Available!
Author(s): Jane Johnson, Lucia Osa-Melero
En acción is designed for intermediate to advanced Spanish courses that include service-learning and/or community engagement activities.
Each chapter is built around two interviews with people who work or volunteer in the same agency (or geographic area) and have a positive impact on the local Spanish-speaking community. The fundamental interview questions are, Who are you, How do you impact the community, and What is your motivation?
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): Jan Todd
Understanding ourselves and what we need and want from relationships in our lives is often a subject left for us to discover on our own as we age and develop. Yet, what would it be like if one could learn about the relationships we have and the ones we want in the safety of a group focused on that conversation? This is what this course is all about.