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This is a one-page study guide for common modals. It is a visual review tool rather than a teaching tool. The target audience is intermediate English as a Second Language students.
This survey was administered during 2012 by the Division of Florida Colleges. Questions were asked to determine the extent to which institutions are using PLA, common prior/experiential learning for which college credit is awarded, assessment methods, usage of assessment services, requirements, future efforts in PLA, and information on the availability of written policies related to awarding credit for prior learning or experiential credit.
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This book is based on an honors Calculus course given in the 1960s. The book contains more material than was normally covered in any one year. It can be used (with omissions) for a year's course in Advanced Calculus, or as a text for a 3-semester introduction to analysis. There are exercises spread throughout the book.
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August 2012. Includes Lesson 2 Images, omitted in previous version.
LIS 2004, Introduction to Internet Research is a one-credit hour online course. The course focuses on methods of accessing information resources available through the Internet. Students will learn how to design effective search strategies, retrieve, evaluate, and cite Internet resources.
This one page handout explains how individuals and bookstores can order OGT+ textbooks.