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Write What Matters

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Author(s): Liza Long, Amy Minervini, Joel Gladd

Editor(s): Liza Long, Joel Gladd, Amy Minervini

Subject(s): Language learning: writing skills

Publisher: MSL Academic Endeavors

Last updated: 20/09/2022

Have you ever wished for a comprehensive source that would steer you in the right direction through all of your reading and writing assignments? This text aims to be that kind of guide. We included lessons, examples, exercises, and definitions for many of the reading and writing-related situations that you will encounter in your first-year writing courses as well as other subject-specific classes that require writing.
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Change: An Online Leadership Field Guide

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Author(s): Elizabeth Barrie, Jonathan Lashley, Fezile Mlungu, Heather Zeng

Last updated: 18/03/2021

Knowing where to start can be exceedingly difficult when confronting the myriad changes that accompany online and digital learning initiatives. This field guide curates change management resources to aid individuals in identifying obstacles, needs, and opportunities as they build a coalition of support for continuous improvement in online education. While change can be tough, the international team of online education leaders who maintain this project recognize that managing wide-scale change can be both possible and enjoyable.

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Market Matching for Online Higher Education Programs

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Author(s): Hoda Mostafa, Priya Mary Mathew, TJ Bliss

Subject(s): Educational administration and organization, Higher education, tertiary education, Open learning, distance education

Last updated: 18/03/2021

This user-friendly, action-oriented guide recommends a process for conducting a market analysis for online courses and programs and matching this analysis with institutional assets. This guide will help education leaders identify potential internal and external barriers to entering the market, including policy, culture, market size, and finances.
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Making Conflict Suck Less: The Basics

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Author(s): ashleyorme

Subject(s): Interpersonal communication and skills, Communication studies, Coping with / advice about communication difficulties

Publisher: Boise State University eCampus

Last updated: 20/10/2020

We all experience conflict in our daily lives, from small inconvenient conflicts to conflicts that alter the path of our lives. Even though conflict is one of the most natural occurrences in the human experience, most of us don't have effective strategies and frameworks for approaching conflict when it happens. This book provides basic strategies and frameworks for folks that want to learn to turn conflict into an opportunity in their lives that leads to stronger relationships. Produced in partnership with Boise State University’s eCampus Center through the Open Book Summer Grant Program 2020.
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Development of Theatre 1: Classical – Neoclassical Forms

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Author(s): Teresa Focarile

Editor(s): Teresa Focarile, Monica Brown

Subject(s): Performing arts, Theatre studies, Theatre direction and production

Publisher: Boise State University

Last updated: 19/10/2020

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Business Law: A Risk Management Approach

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Author(s): jefflingwall

Publisher: Boise State University eCampus Center

Last updated: 17/10/2020

This book is an introductory text on business law targeted for use in an undergraduate or graduate business school setting. It covers the major areas of law typically taught in a legal environment for business course. This book covers these principles with a simple premise: law for attorneys focuses on finding legal answers, while law for managers focuses on *risk management*. That is, attorneys are trained to find the right legal answer to a question, or to argue that a certain answer ought to be the right one. Managers face a very different question. A company’s course of action will have certain probabilities of various legal consequences which need to be weighed. In that sense, decisions with legal repercussions are like any decision faced by a manager.

The goal of this text is to (1) teach students enough substantive law that they can assess those probabilities, (2) teach students enough procedural law and terminology that they can communicate intelligibly with attorneys, and (3) give a framework and practice in decisionmaking with regard to legal consequences.

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OER: A Field Guide for Academic Librarians | Editor's Cut

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Author(s): Christy Allen, Nicole Allen, Jean Amaral, Alesha Baker, Chelle Batchelor, Sarah Beaubien, Geneen E. Clinkscales, William Cross, Rebel Cummings-Sauls, Kirsten N. Dean, Carolyn Ellis, David Francis, Emily Frank, Teri Gallaway, Arthur G. Green, Sarah Hare, John Hilton III, Cinthya Ippoliti, DeeAnn Ivie, Rajiv S. Jhangiani, Michael LaMagna, Anne Langley, Jonathan Lashley, Shannon Lucky, Jonathan Miller, Carla Myers, Julie Reed, Michelle Reed, Lillian Hogendoorn, Heather M. Ross, Matthew Ruen, Jeremy Smith, Cody Taylor, Jen Waller, Anita Walz, Andrew Wesolek, Andrea Wright, Brady Yano, Stacy Zemke

Editor(s): Andrew Wesolek, Jonathan Lashley, Anne Langley

Publisher: Pacific University Press

Last updated: 15/10/2020