So, you made it to college! Now what? College is full of new opportunities and new challenges for you. You Made It, Now What? A College Student's Guide to Success offers strategies that will help you develop your path to success whether your college is large or small, and regardless of your personal background or your educational experiences.
Provides interactive labs for one or two-semester A&P laboratory courses. The lab exercises are designed to engage students in developing deeper understanding of the human body by examining the major organ systems on real cadavers that have been digitalized.
Provides readers with an analytical foundation required to do sport analytics and an overview of the canonical methods in sport analytics. To achieve the methods simultaneously, the book introduces the most important topics in sport analytics and teaches the practical and theoretical considerations.
An updated edition of Aviation and the Role of Government by Harry Lawrence of Embry Riddle Aeronautical University that features revisions of almost all chapters and four completely rewritten chapters, as well as new statutes and cases added throughout.
Covers multiple topics of interest for students and its #1 goal is writing about music. Students love to listen to music, and the best thing that could happen is for them to start writing about it. Additionally, this second edition textbook offers tools for more advanced music students who may be interested in research.
The goal of this book is to prepare students for health professional careers by providing anatomical information that will give them a solid foundation. While other exceptional anatomy texts exist, this one focuses on the essential information, the 'bare bones' of anatomical concepts that provide a solid foundation for health care practitioners.
Covers the essential information educators need to develop a holistic art curriculum for their students. The text offers practical steps for incorporating art into the classroom for an entire year or a single lesson.
Presents Hawaiian and Pacific Island Cultural content along with the traditional college and career success topics. The book is based on the premise that students are more successful when they take pride in their culture.