Navigating the Research University: A Guide for First-Year Students
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Full of practical tips and tools and useful personal advice, NAVIGATING THE RESEARCH UNIVERSITY: A GUIDE FOR FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS, 3E, provides students with a comprehensive introduction to education at a research institution. The text is designed to support students at a broad range of research universities by helping them understand research, the role it plays in the university, and the basic methodologies used in a variety of disciplines.
From formal reports and manuals to everyday e-mails, The Handbook of Technical Writing uses smart, accessible language to spotlight and clarify technical writing today. Hundreds of topic entries, 90+ sample documents, at-a-glance checklists, and dynamic videos break down the best-practices, models, and real-world skills that successful writers use to clearly and persuasively communicate technical information and data.
A volume in Transforming Education for the Future Series Editors Jing Lin, University of Maryland and Rebecca L. Oxford, Alabama A & M University This book will expand the horizon of higher education, helping students, faculty and administrators to return to their roots and be in touch with their whole being. This book stresses that learning is much more than just accumulating knowledge and skills. Learning includes knowing ourselves-mind, body, and spirit.
This first volume covers The Middle Ages (to 1500) in two sections: The Old English Period (to 1100) by Kemp Malone (John Hopkins University), and The Middle English Period (1100-1500) by Albert C. Baugh (University of Pennsylvania).
Preparing middle grades mathematics teachers at Georgia College and State University / Angel R. Abney, Nancy B. Mizelle, and Janet Shiver -- The mathematics for middle school teachers program at Western Oregon University / Cheryl Beaver, Rachel Harrington, and Klay Kruczek -- Connecting middle school mathematics with college mathematics: a core of mathematics courses for middle grade mathematics teachers / Ira J. Papick -- The middle school program at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh / Jennifer Szydlik, John Beam, Eric Kuennen, and Carol Seaman -- The master of arts in middle school mathematics program at Salem (MA) State University / Julie A. Belock --
This Cahiers Chronos volume reports on new and ongoing research on tense, aspect and modality in which a variety of languages has been gathered. The languages discussed by the authors include (in alphabetical order): Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Russian and Spanish. The articles form a selection of the papers presented at the 5th Chronos Conference that took place at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands, in June 2002.
. This book is of interest for scholars in the field of semantics, logic, syntax, and comparative linguistics.
TTC - Masterpieces of the Imaginative Mind: Literature&amp;amp;amp;rsquo;s Most Fantastic Works
Course No. 2997 (24 lectures, 30 minutes/lecture) Taught by Eric S. Rabkin University of Michigan Ph.D., University of Iowa 1. The Brothers Grimm & Fairy Tale Psychology 2. Propp, Structure, and Cultural Identity 3. Hoffmann and the Theory of the Fantastic 4. Poe—Genres and Degrees of the Fantastic 5. Lewis Carroll: Puzzles, Language, & Audience Reuploaded Thanks to floarea