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Appraisal Procedures for Counselors and Helping Professionals (5th edition)

by Robert J. Drummond

Intended to help current and future workers in helping professions to become better consumers of psychological and educational tests and assessment procedures, this text covers the philosophical and ethical principles involved in testing, when tests are used and why, how to locate and select valid and reliable instruments, and how to interpret and report results. Updates include new tests, web site listings, and computer versions of tests and interpretive reports.

Appreciative Inquiry Handbook: For Leaders of Change (2nd edition)

by Diana Whitney David L. Cooperrider Jacqueline M. Stavros

One of today's most popular change methods, Appreciative Inquiry (AI) has been used to undertake transformational initiatives in dozens of organizations, ranging from McDonald's to the U.S. Navy to Save the Children. The assumption of AI is simple. Every organization has something that works right -- things that give it life when it is vital, effective, and successful. AI begins by identifying this positive core and connecting organizational visions, plans, and structures to it in ways that heighten energy and inspire action for change.

Architectural Drafting and Design (4th edition, Delmar Drafting Series)

by Alan Jefferis David Madsen

Detailing every step for the design and layout of each type of drawing required for a complete set of architectural plans, this textbook reflects current trends and standards in the industry. Specific attention is given to residential design, site plans, floor plans, roof plans, elevations, framing methods, foundations plans, wall sections, architectural rendering, and commercial drafting. An enclosed CD-ROM contains drawing files of floor plans and a trial version of AutoCAD.

The Architecture of Open Source Applications: Elegance, Evolution, and a Few Fearless Hacks

by Greg Wilson Amy Brown

Architects look at thousands of buildings during their training, and study critiques of those buildings written by masters. In contrast, most software developers only ever get to know a handful of large programs well--usually programs they wrote themselves--and never study the great programs of history. As a result, they repeat one another's mistakes rather than building on one another's successes. Our goal is to change that. In these two books, the authors of four dozen open source applications explain how their software is structured, and why. What are each program's major components? How do they interact? And what did their builders learn during their development? In answering these questions, the contributors to these books provide unique insights into how they think. If you are a junior developer, and want to learn how your more experienced colleagues think, these books are the place to start. If you are an intermediate or senior developer, and want to see how your peers have solved hard design problems, these books can help you too.

The Architecture of the City

by Aldo Rossi Diane Ghirardo Peter Eisenman Joan Ockman

Aldo Rossi, a practicing architect and leader of the Italian architectural movement La Tendenza, is also one of the most influential theorists writing today. The Architecture of the City is his major work of architectural and urban theory. In part a protest against functionalism and the Modern Movement, in part an attempt to restore the craft of architecture to its position as the only valid object of architectural study, and in part an analysis of the rules and forms of the city's construction, the book has become immensely popular among architects and design students. An Oppositions Book.

The ARRL General Class License Manual (6th edition)

by Ward Silver

Congratulations! You've taken the next step in your journey through Amateur Radio. As a general licensee, you'll experience a whole new dimension of operating enjoyment--new frequencies, new modes and new activities. To help you make the most of Amateur Radio, your national association, the ARRL, offers a wide range of services. Here are some that may be interesting and useful to you.

The ARRL Ham Radio License Manual (2nd edition)

by Ward Silver

The ARRL Ham Radio License Manual is your ticket to joining the ranks of amateur radio operators. Use this book to discover the appeal of ham radio.

The Art Of Prosecution: Trial Advocacy Fundamentals From Case Preparation Through Summation

by John Bugliosi

Learn to solidify cases every step of the way, from the first swing of the judge's gavel to the last. Perfect for practicing prosecutors, law enforcement pros who provide the elements that help win cases and everyone in between. . . including law students! You'll get analyses of 5 top attributes of successful prosecutors - instruction for crafting compelling opening statements & jury-swaying summations - insider tips for selecting the right jury - advice for using questions with surgical precision to dissect testimony and reveal truth - plus case-winning witness prep instructions!

The Art Of Strategy

by R. L. Wing

More than 2,500 years ago, Sun Tzu composed his masterpiece The Art of War which has been used by the world's greatest leaders including Napoleon. Here, Wing makes the influential philosophies of the Orient accessible to all seekers of professional achievement and personal excellence.

The Art Of Writing Advertising

by Denis Higgins

Conversations, in question and answer format, with William Bcrnbach (Doyle Dane Bernbach), Leo Burnett (Leo Burnett & Co.). George Gribbin (Young & Rubicam), David Ogilvy (Ogilvy & Mather), and Rosser Reeves (Ted Bates & Co.). Through candid interviews with some of America's pioneers in advertising, readers will learn techniques for creating ad campaigns that get results. This book was written long before people had home computers or used the internet; However the principles these men explain are still used today by companies as diverse as Google, General Foods, and American Airlines.

Astronomy! A Brief Edition

by James B. Kaler

A comprehensive guide to astronomy.

Authentic Conversations: Moving from Manipulation to Truth and Commitment

by Jamie Showkeir Maren Showkeir

Through over twenty-five years of work as organizational consultants, Maren and James Showkier have discovered that conversation has the power to create, sustain or change organizational culture.

An Author's Guide to Scholarly Publishing

by Robin Derricourt

Directly specifically to academic authors, this realistic handbook is a guide to publishing success for both beginning and seasoned scholars.

Automating Microsoft Access with VBA

by Mike Gunderloy Susan Sales Harkins

Programming Microsoft Access using the Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) language.

Automotive Technology: Principles, Diagnosis, and Service (Fourth Edition)

by James D. Halderman

This comprehensive textbook is divided into sections that correspond to the eight areas of certifications as specified by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). The areas of the ASE material certification test are listed in the objectives at the beginning of each chapter, and all laboratory worksheets are correlated to the NATEF Task List.

Axelrod & Cooper's Concise Guide to Writing (4th edition)

by Rise B. Axelrod Charles R. Cooper

This is a guide to help students learn to write different types of essays and to know how to research for, and reflect upon different types of writing.

Basic Appraisal Principles

by Mark A. Munizzo Lisa Virruso Musial

This 30-hour text is designed to be used with Basic Appraisal Procedures to meet the suggested first 60 hours of core content for appraisal trainees under the 2008 AQB Criteria.

Basic Appraisal Procedures

by Mark A. Munizzo Lisa Virruso Musial

Procedures used in appraising residential and commercial real estate.

Basic Physiology for Anaesthetists

by David Chambers BMBCh MChem DPhil MRCP FRCA PGDipMedEd Christopher Huang BMBCh PhD DM DSc FSB Gareth Matthews MA PhD MSB David Chambers BMBCh MChem DPhil MRCP FRCA PGDipMedEd Christopher Huang BMBCh PhD DM DSc FSB

Every trainee in anaesthesia requires a thorough understanding of basic physiology and its application to clinical practice. This comprehensively illustrated textbook bridges the gap between medical school and reference scientific texts. It covers the physiology requirements of the Primary FRCA examination syllabus. Chapters are organised by organ system, with particular emphasis given to the respiratory, cardiovascular and nervous systems. The practical question-and-answer format helps the reader prepare for the oral examination, while 'clinical relevance' boxes translate the physiological concepts to clinical practice. The authors include two medical physiologists and a Specialty Registrar in anaesthesia, and thereby bring a unique blend of expertise. This ensures that the book is up-to-date, accessible, and pitched appropriately for the trainee anaesthetist. Packed with easily understood, up-to-date and clinically relevant material, this convenient volume provides an essential 'one-stop' resource in physiology for junior anaesthetists.

Basic Reading Inventory: Student Word Lists, Passages, and Early Literacy Assessments (Student Workbook)

by Jerry L. Johns

Student Workbook. A guide for teachers to be able to assess and follow up on the development of their students' reading.

Basics of Developmentally Appropriate Practice: An Introduction for Teachers of Children 3 to 6

by Carol Copple Sue Bredekamp

Teachers who are committed to developmentally appropriate practice enact that commitment in the decisions they make about materials, interactions, curriculum, and instruction. To make good decisions they must know a lot about the children in their classroom.

Be a Great Boss: The Hill Collection

by Kent Lineback Linda A. Hill Greg Brandeau Emily Truelove

This digital collection, curated by Harvard Business Review, offers seminal ideas by leadership expert and Harvard Business School professor Linda A. Hill. It includes three of her most popular books-Becoming a Manager, Being the Boss (coauthor), and Collective Genius (coauthor)-as well as the influential 2011 Harvard Business Review article, "Are You a Good Boss-or a Great One?," which Hill coauthored with Kent Lineback. Hill is an in-demand teacher and mentor to professionals worldwide on the topics of managing change, cross-organizational relationships, global strategy, innovation, talent management, and leadership development. This collection offers the best reading on how to be an effective leader and a better boss-resulting in enhanced personal and professional success and a better-performing organization. All four works included in the set are influential in the field of leadership and have been embraced by practitioners everywhere, who use Hill's advice to become better at what they do. Linda A. Hill is Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School and the faculty chair of its Leadership Initiative. She has chaired numerous executive education programs at the school. Hill serves on numerous boards of directors, boards of trustees, and advisory boards, and her work and ideas are featured regularly in international media.

Beat Your Ticket: Go to Court and Win

by David Wayne Brown

The book covers: speeding, radar and laser tickets, rolling stops, illegal turns and lane changes, cruising through red lights, how to prepare for court, how to make a winning presentation, and how to cross examine the ticketing officer.

Becoming a Counselor

by Samuel T. Gladding

Through a series of vignettes, the author reflects on his process of becoming a counselor and his development as a professional.

Becoming a Public Relations Writer: A Writing Process Workbook for the Profession (second edition)

by Ronald D. Smith

From the book: "Becoming a Public Relations Writer" has been written to help guide you through the writing process. It will lead you through the various steps and stages of writing and will help you explore many formats and styles necessary to public relations writers. Because this book grows out of the author's professional and teaching experience, it is limited to the insight of one person. Your own experiences and those of your instructor and colleagues are likely to add to the conclusions and the advice offered here.

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