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The Student s Survival Guide to Research

Author : Monty L. McAdoo
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Jumping head first into a research project is a surefire recipe for stress and confusion. But if you're a newbie, how do you know where to begin, let alone where to go from there? Library instruction expert McAdoo has penned a primer specifically tailored to novice researchers, offering beginning-to-end guidance for every step of the research process, from planning and preparing to conducting and writing

Learning with Online and Mobile Technologies

Author : Janet MacDonald
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Blended and online learning is widespread, with students from both campus based and distance universities and colleges facing the prospect of online study either for part or a whole of their course of study. This book provides a practical introduction for students who are contemplating or undertaking online study.

Health Student s Research Survival Guide

Author : Trudy Dwyer
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The information within the resource is by no means a comprehensive health research text, rather information which serves as a quick reference for students in their everyday activities involving research. The resource is not meant to be large or bulky, rather a small, concise and easy to access guide that is readily available in the users pocket in the clinical environment.

A Survival Guide For Health Research Methods

Author : Ross, Tracy
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This book ultimately aims to answer the questions students have about research in a no nonsense style and can be used as a guide to the main methodologies and tools used in the field.

Anesthesia Student Survival Guide

Author : Jesse M. Ehrenfeld
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Edited and written by leading educators, this popular book for the anesthesiology rotation has been thoroughly updated and retains its distinctive case-based approach. The Second Edition features a thorough revision of the discussion of ventilator management, improved coverage of extubation criteria, and the latest guidelines and algorithms for preoperative assessment. Considerations for quality improvement and patient safety have been expanded throughout the book. Anesthesia Student Survival Guide provides a complete introduction to the specialty and is aimed at medical and nursing students as well as practitioners in critical care who seek a succinct overview of anesthesiology. From reviews of the First Edition: “...an excellent resource for the student wanting a deeper understanding of what is essentially a post-graduate subject, for example, an elective student.” --British Journal of Anaesthesia “This is an excellent introduction to the specialty for third-year medical students, covering a broad range of material at a sufficient depth to be useful, and providing a good structure for a comprehensive course of self-directed study.” --Doody’s Review Service “The writing style is uniformly strong, which makes the book easy to read....[It] serves not only as an excellent resource for students and other learners seeking an introduction to anesthesia but also as a platform for teaching the basics. It will be a welcome addition to the libraries of teaching departments.” --Canadian Journal of Anesthesia

Law Student Survival Guide

Author : Claire Elizabeth Macken
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Welcome to the LAW STUDENT SURVIVAL GUIDE! Now in its second edition, author Claire Macken draws on her experience as both a student and lecturer in law to provide practical study skills suggestions for university law students. Inside you'll find a variety of hints, tips and checklists, in an easy-to-read style, which will assist you to: 'Set yourself up' for law study success and familiarise yourself with the law resources you need to learn the law, Master the skill of a weekly schedule and prioritised plan to give yourself sufficient time to study and learn the law, Implement techniques to create an organised, uncluttered and enjoyable place to learn, Learn the 50/10 Plan as a technique to avoid distractions and achieve your best in your planned study times, Understand the process of summarising, and the skill of writing summary notes for the purpose of your law assessments, Improve and enhance your law exam technique and the application of 'IRAC' as the basis of legal reasoning, Apply the skills of legal research and writing to achieve your best in all written law assessments, Consider the wonderful opportunities open to you as a law student to enrich your educational experience and meet new friends and colleagues along the way!

The International Student s Survival Guide

Author : Gareth Davey
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The International Student's Survival Guide is a comprehensive and easy-to-use guide to studying and living in the UK. It will be invaluable in preparing international students for the inevitable differences in culture, customs, and academic life, and helps to ensure they get the most out of their time at University. Gareth Davey provides students with all the information needed to make the right choice about where to study and provides valuable advice on how to settle into your new surroundings, including guidance on: Choosing and applying for a course Leaving home and arriving in the UK Managing finances and living costs Academic culture Teaching and assessment methods Health and welfare Life after graduation Throughout the guide there are checklists and self-evaluation forms to help the reader chart their progress. A glossary is included to aid understanding of the topics covered, and directories of additional sources of information make it easy to find out more where necessary. This guide will be a useful resource for students coming to the UK to embark on either undergraduate or graduate study in any subject.

The User Experience Team of One

Author : Leah Buley
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The User Experience Team of One prescribes a range of approaches that have big impact and take less time and fewer resources than the standard lineup of UX deliverables. Whether you want to cross over into user experience or you're a seasoned practitioner trying to drag your organization forward, this book gives you tools and insight for doing more with less.

Doing Clinical Healthcare Research

Author : Sarah Winch
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Doing Clinical Healthcare Research: A Survival Guide will help students, academics and healthcare staff identify and overcome organisational barriers to conducting research in busy clinical environments and show how research should be project managed in order to guarantee successful outcomes for all involved.

Exploring Civil War Wisconsin

Author : Brett Barker
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The innovative format of Exploring Civil War Wisconsin makes it easy for Civil War buffs, genealogists, and students to find and effectively use the vast array of historical materials about the Civil War found in archives, military and census records, published firsthand accounts, newspapers, and even on the Internet. This lively, illustrated guide focuses on Wisconsin in the Civil War, but is broadly applicable to Civil War research anywhere. Images of original documents and historic photographs illustrate every chapter, acquainting readers with both the Civil War and its sources. The easy-to-use and informative text is unlike anything else currently on the market. Throughout the book, boxed features and sidebars provide background information and tips on how to do research. Author Brett Barker explains how to uncover the history of an individual soldier, his regiment, and his role in the Union Army using rosters, military records, pension files, and memoirs. And, he shows how to explore the home front during the war using the census, newspapers, city directories, and government records.

The Medical Student s Survival Guide The early years

Author : Elizabeth Cottrell
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You have to realise early on that you are no longer the best. Whereas in your A level classes you will have been within the top one or two students, now you are not. You are in a room FULL of top one or two' students. Laura Stevens, 1st year Dundee medical student Due to the graphic nature of many of the presentations, subjects of a weak disposition should look away... or definitely not attempt to stuff yourself until you are well accustomed to images that are about to be unleashed onto your brainstem vomiting centre. Elizabeth Li, 2nd year Manchester medical student Okay - you got in. Now what do you do? This is the no-nonsense guide to the reality of medical student life. Everything you need to know is here. How do I find my way to lectures? Can I live on hamburgers? How do I give effective presentations? How much can I drink without vomiting in Freshers week? What about student loans? How should I prepare for exams? Exactly how much work should I be doing? What if I faint in dissection class? and much, much more

In the Field

Author : William A. Danowski
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This practical, down-to-earth practice-based book helps students move from the world of the classroom, textbook, and theory to the world of real practice. Highlights Case examples taken from actual client and student encounters prepare students for potential situations and provide insight into how others have handled them. Includes feedback from former field students who have completed their first field placement that provides students with behind-the-scenes coaching, making them aware of potentially competing political agendas when working with agencies and clients. Don't Miss These Special Value Pack Options Garthwait, "The Social Work Practicum: A Guide and Workbook for Students, 3e" (0-205-40802-8) A unique workbook designed to facilitate the integration of social work theory and practice during the student's field practicum. Package this workbook with Danowski's "In the Field" and receive a 10% discount on each title when you give your bookstore this special ordering code 0-205-44526-8. Research Navigator(TM) "Research Navigator(TM)" can be a student's best friend when they're facing a large research project. Especially helpful with the toughest challenge-getting started-"Research Navigator(TM)" offers a comprehensive, step-by-step walk-through of the research process, along with access to some of the most respected source databases available. Access to "Research Navigator(TM)"--a $15 value--is FREE when packaged with a new Allyn & Bacon Social Work textbook! If this text did not come packaged with "Research Navigator(TM)," look for it in your bookstore or visit http: //www.researchnavigator.com today to purchase immediate access. The Career Center Do your students need help transitioning from being a student to becoming a professional? With "The Career Center," they can register to receive eight 30-minute career counseling sessions--a total of four hours of career consultant time! "The Career Center" is designed to address the wide range of preparation and life stages of individuals who are attempting to develop their careers. Qualified career specialists advise students as they establish, or reestablish, themselves in today's competitive global economy. "The Career Center"--a $25 value--is FREE to your students when you order it packaged with any new Allyn & Bacon Social Work textbook. Visit www.ablongman.com/careercenter for more information Contact your local Allyn & Bacon representative and request special packaging codes to take advantage of these great offers.

Communication Sciences Student Survival Guide

Author : NSSLHA
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This book is a must-have resource for anyone considering or involved in a program of study in audiology, speech-language pathology, or speech-language-hearing sciences. Written by members of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) with contributions from a wide range of clinical and academic professionals, this guide is relevant and useful to students who are at any point along the path towards a career in communication sciences and disorders (CSD). This comprehensive guide includes advice for students from the time they are in high school until they graduate with their master's, doctorate, and/or post-doctorate. Providing background on the disciplines, practical advice, and helpful checklists for use during a program of study this resource also includes important information on professional specialty areas, settings, and career options. This survival guide will be an invaluable companion throughout a CSD academic career. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

A Survival Guide for New Special Educators

Author : Bonnie S. Billingsley
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What every special education teacher needs to know to survive and thrive A Survival Guide for New Special Educators provides relevant, practical information for new special education teachers across a broad range of topic areas. Drawing on the latest research on special educator effectiveness and retention, this comprehensive, go-to resource addresses the most pressing needs of novice instructors, resource teachers, and inclusion specialists. Offers research-based, classroom-tested strategies for working with a variety of special needs students Covers everything from preparing for the new school year to behavior management, customizing curriculum, creating effective IEPs, and more Billingsley and Brownell are noted experts in special educator training and support This highly practical book is filled with checklists, forms, and tools that special educators can use every day to help ensure that all special needs students get the rich, rewarding education they deserve.

Adults in College

Author : Wanda Schindley
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Adults in College: A Survival Guide for Nontraditional Students addresses the common fears of adult college students, provides the inspiration they need to overcome the obstacles they face, and supplies the nuts-and-bolts information they need to succeed. Adults in College is a college guide for students who are juggling families and careers in addition to attending college. Chapter titles include Why You Belong in College, Overcoming Obstacles and Special Circumstances, The First Steps, What to Expect, College Protocol; The Spoken and Unspoken Rules, How to Study, Quick English Review, The Writing Process, The Research Process, Quick Math Review, and Taking Tests, Dallas Publishing.

Welcome to Culinary School

Author : Daniel Traster
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This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. Welcome to Culinary School: A Culinary Student Survival Guide is a must-read for every student in a professional culinary school or college-level culinary program. Welcome to Culinary School: A Culinary Student Survival Guide, 2/e delivers exactly what students need to know to thrive in culinary school and succeed in the culinary industry. More than a book on culinary jobs and certification requirements, it outlines a realistic blueprint of how to get more out of school, enhance one’s credentials, and find a rewarding position within the field. A motivational tone and all new interviews help readers relate to the material and get the most up-to-date industry insight. Enhanced Suggested Tasks encourage readers to develop study skills, credentials, and strategies that will yield the ultimate goal–success in the culinary field. New content in the Second Edition includes: culinary environmental stewardship, using the internet for research, self-promotion through social media, portfolio creation and usage, updated culinary certification requirements, the impact of changing technology, and additional career paths. New PowerPoints help instructors lead their classes more easily. A must-read for every student in culinary school or a college-level culinary program, Welcome to Culinary School helps students succeed in and out of the classroom.

Law Student s Survival Guide

Author : Suzann Dodd
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You can survive Law School with all your faculties intact, with enough down time to prevent collapse. But it takes planning. it takes organisation. This book is more a survivor's story turned into a guide.

Basic Concepts in Biochemistry

Author : Hiram F. Gilbert
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A new addition to the PreTest product line, this review book covers only those topics in biochemistry which, through the author's experience, market research and in-depth reviewing were viewed by medical students as being most difficult to comprehend. The text is organized by general concepts, which are then subdivided in order of increasing complexity. Each section begins with a short summary of key points. The book's unique approach stresses the mastering of fundamental concepts instead of just the memorization of facts. Thus the student is encouraged to reason through problems, and to better retain what he/she learns in the course. This text can be used in concert with the sixth edition of PreTest Biochemistry to form an excellent review source for students taking biochemistry exams or Part I of the National Board Exam.

The Student s Companion to Physiotherapy E Book

Author : Nick Southorn
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The Student's Companion to Physiotherapy is a comprehensive guide to help ease the stresses and strains of studying physiotherapy. It puts a lighter spin on a very challenging time but is very informative, identifying the vital facts in anatomy and physiology; neurological physiotherapy; electrotherapy; respiratory physiotherapy; musculoskeletal physiotherapy; pharmacology; bio-psychosocial approach; paediatrics; portfolio development; and methods of work/assessment. The content here is orchestrated by students wanting to share their knowledge with fellow students and this book will be a trusty companion for all budding physiotherapists. Offers students unique learning and study skills needed for physiotherapy Specifies useful ways to study and offers advice on portfolio development and communication as a clinician Anecdotes, "top tips" boxes and cartoons Handy hints on portfolio development, research and job applications

The Field Research Survival Guide

Author : Arlene Rubin Stiffman
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This collection of field research narratives from veteran social and behavioral science researchers acknowledges the unpredictability of managing a project and candidly illustrates real-world problems and solutions. Unlike standard research methods texts, each chapter in this book has practical import for the researcher, ties together extant literature, and illustrates the issues with concrete examples from the authors' own experience. Chapters cover scenarios such as creating an interdisciplinary research team, hiring and training research staff and interviewers, developing the instrument, preparing data for analysis, navigating the IRB and ethical dilemmas, maintaining cultural sensitivity, evaluating the intervention, and disseminating results. Doctoral students, junior faculty, and research assistants will appreciate this insider's look at the reality of conducting a research project. Designed to supplement traditional textbooks on research methods, The Field Research Survival Guide will be an ideal addition to doctoral courses in departments of social work, psychology, psychiatry, and public health, and an indispensible field guide for those managing a research project. - An insider's guide to managing the reality of conducting a research project - Filled with straightforward advice from seasoned researchers - Chapter outlines summarize and map each scenario for quick reference - Addresses real-world research dilemmas candidly and knowledgeably