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We will be discussing the Bible. It being inspired by God, and Why it is our textbook for living. God inspired the bible so we woulod know how to live in this life and prepare for the next one. The Bible is the first text, and the best selling Book. Come join us for this God inspired Show.
You might take that alphabetized list of words and page numbers for granted, but there's turmoil inside the textbook indexing world. First there's the ongoing challenge of people not understanding what indexing is about, a world where production editors are always just out of college, authors are forced to pay, and jobs are going to countries where English isn't a first language. The rise of e-books has reintroduced a significant problem that first appeared in the early 1990s: wholly inferior to
Written as a response to the increasing maturity of green building and the increasing sophistication of green building certifications, Green Building: Principles and Practices in Residential Construction is aimed at turning the educational lens of green building principles specifically onto single family homes. As the first textbook on residential green building, this book fills a sizeable void in the educational field of green building. The authors of Green Building: Principles and Practices
Join us for an interview with publishing lawyer and textbook author Zick Rubin, The Law Office of Zick Rubin (www.zickrubin.com), who will cover some of the worst legal mistakes that a textbook or academic author can make. Learn about some of the legal traps that can be found in a range of areas, including provisions in publishing contracts, collaboration agreements, and copyright and permission issues. Rubin will be presenting an expanded audio conference on this topic for TAA members on Thurs
As an EMS professional you have sat in class, studied the content, taken the exams and have even continued your education in CEU's. But with all this book learnin' how can you translate the textbook into the field? The calls we go on don't adhere to the textbook and the patients have not read them either. So, the balancing act is ever present between the text and the reality of EMS. Join us for this episode with your stories and opinions. Bring your reality to the show. ======
Join us for an interview with Michael Lennie, an attorney and literary agent with Lennie Literary & Authors' Attorney, about how recent and future changes in the textbook publishing industry, including e-book publishing, could affect authors.
Ever wondered who writes all those college textbook test questions, lecture outlines, instructor’s manuals, study guides, and other materials that help students learn better and instructors teach better? Freelance writers like John Soares, that’s who. John, the author of "Writing College Textbook Supplements: The Definitive Guide to Winning High-Paying Assignments in the College Textbook Publishing Market," will tell you what you need to succeed in this field, including h
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You won't want to miss my next FLY Conversation. The topic is on "Relationships." This is a topic that we can all relate to. The discussion will explore healthy vs. unhealthy relationships, troubling behavior, and tips for nurturing healthy and loving relationships. My guest will also share how he uses his relationship expertise to help people who experience the loss of a pet.
Here is a short bio of my guest:
Ken Dolan-DelVecchio, is a family therapist, organizational consultant, author, speaker, and trainer with over 20 years experience in personal, organizational, and community empowerment. He is the author of:
· Making Love, Playing Power: Men, Women, & the Rewards of Intimate Justice, a relationship-help book, published in 2008
· Transformative Family Therapy: Just Families in a Just Society, an advanced level family therapy textbook written by Ken and two coauthors, published in 2007
· The Pet Loss Companion: Healing Advice from Family Therapists Who Lead Pet Loss Groups, published in 2013
Ken earned his bachelor’s degree in biopsychology at Cornell University and his master's degree in social work at Hunter College of the City University of New York. He is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) and Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). Ken is also credentialed as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP), and Domestic Violence Specialist (DVS).
If you would like advice or have a question regarding a relationship in your life, the loss of a pet, call us during the show. Ken will enmpower you.
New York Times bestselling author Steve Berry joins host Stephen Campbell for episode number 18 of Murders, Mysteries and Mayhem. Steve is the New York Times bestselling author of eight Cotton Malone adventures, the most recent of which is THE KINGS DECEPTION. He's also written four stand-alone novels, and four short stores. He has seventeen million books in print and has sold in fifty-one countries. Author Magazine says THE KINGS DECEPTION is "a textbook lesson in everything a great thriller should be." He lives in the historic city of St. Augustine, Florida. He and his wife, Elizabeth, have founded History Matters, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving our heritage. www.steveberry.org www.history-matters.org www.stephenrcampbell.com Murders, Mysteries and Mayhem is part of the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network. http://www.authorsontheair.com http://www.facebook.com/authorsontheair This is a copyrighted podcast owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network, LLC and produced by Pam Stack
Can laughter be the best medicine? Is sharing a story more effective than writing a prescription? Imagine walking into your ideal clinic where the doctor puts you in charge?
The Ideal Clinic will make Obama Care/The Affordable Health Care Act even better!
Dr. Pamela Wible, is the pioneer of the first community-designed medical clinic in America. Her model was featured in the Harvard School of Public Health's edition of Renegotiating Health Care: Resolving Conflict to Build Collaboration, a textbook examining major trends with the potential to change the dynamics of health care.
Join Dr. Pamela Wible and me on Tuesday, October 15, 10-11 A.M. US to explore the politics of health care and humanity, as she writes the prescription for you to survive your next doctor’s visit.
What you need to know for healthy eyes after menopause
Listen to my interview with pioneering ophthalmologist Dr. Barry Seibel, expert on cataracts, macular degeneration, glaucoma and dry eyes.
Dr. Barry Seibel is a pioneer in the field of laser cataract surgery and a dedicated teacher who has given more than 200 eye surgery lectures in over twenty countries on six continents. By applying his engineering background to medicine, Dr. Seibel invented the field of Phacodynamics, revolutionizing the way eye surgery is taught and performed today and allowing for the unique adaptation and individualization of each patient's surgery. His authoritative textbook on the subject, Phacodynamics, demonstrates his commitment to innovation and excellence in eye surgery.
Dr. Mache Seibel is one of the leading voices in medicine, guiding women on how to navigate menopause and what can be a very confusing time in a woman’s life and health. Dr. Mache Seibel is the Founder of My Menopause Magazine (which you can find on the Apple Newsstand).Dr. Seibel was selected by his peers as one of the Best Doctors in America. He is a true pioneer in women’s health and a Member of the Harvard Medical School faculty for 20 years. With so many fears, misunderstood facts and confusing options available, having a trusted MD to turn to is extremely vital.
Education is moving online, but what about textbooks? Dominated by traditional publishers who put out new editions every three years, the textbook industry is over-priced, outdated, and just waiting for disruption. One of the leading startups trying to do just that is Boston's Boundless. Today, founder and CEO Ariel Diaz talks to Hamish McKenzie about why Boundless is being sued by the major publishers, how textbook publishing could change in favor of students, and what it's like to run a consumer startup in Boston.