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Read more about Counting Rocks! An Introduction to Combinatorics

Counting Rocks! An Introduction to Combinatorics

Copyright Year: 2023

Contributors: Adams, Emmrich, Gillespie, Golden, and Pries

Publisher: Henry Adams, Rachel Pries, and Maria Gillespie

License: CC BY

This textbook, Counting Rocks!, is the written component of an interactive introduction to combinatorics at the undergradaute level. Throughout the text, we link to videos where we describe the material and provide examples; see the Youtube playlist on the Colorado State University (CSU) Mathematics YouTube channel.

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Read more about Reading Social Science Methods

Reading Social Science Methods

Copyright Year: 2023

Contributor: Reisner

Publisher: University of Illinois Library - Urbana

License: CC BY-NC

Science has great potential to benefit society, but this potential comes with risks as well. Directed at introductory level social science and humanities majors, this textbook teaches the rules and limits of social science methods. Reisner starts from the assumption that it is not necessary to be able to do research to read and judge the soundness of research publications. The chapters guide students through an explicit set of rules for reading research articles developed from three common research methods: content analysis, survey research, and experimental method.

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Read more about Introduction to Vacuum Technology

Introduction to Vacuum Technology

Copyright Year: 2023

Contributors: Hata, Brewer, and Louwagie

Publisher: Milne Open Textbooks

License: CC BY-NC-SA

Vacuum systems are critical to many industries. They are vital to establishing required process pressures, establishing a clean process environment, and removing reaction by-products from the process chamber. This text, a revision and expansion of David Hata’s Introduction to Vacuum Technology published in 2008, addresses basic topics in vacuum technology for individuals tasked with maintaining vacuum systems and instructors teaching technician-level courses. The topics are carefully curated to the needs of technicians in a production environment and the types of vacuum systems used, and the accompanying laboratory manual and instructor’s guide support the delivery of lecture-laboratory courses.

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Read more about Natural Resources Sustainability: An introductory synthesis

Natural Resources Sustainability: An introductory synthesis

Copyright Year: 2023

Contributor: Lant

Publisher: Utah Education Network Digital Press with Pressbooks

License: CC BY-NC-SA

This text has evolved from 20 semesters teaching the undergraduate courses Geography, People, and the Environment and Environment and Society. It is designed for freshmen through junior-level courses at community, junior and four-year colleges and universities in the United States. Focused upon the dilemma of environmental sustainability, geography and the emergent field of ecological economics are emphasized in a trans-disciplinary framework. It provides—in a one semester or one quarter undergraduate course that requires no prerequisites—a fundamental background in the essentials students need to deal with natural resource and environmental issues as an informed citizen while building a foundation for further study.

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Read more about Elementary Swahili: Lugha na Utamaduni

Elementary Swahili: Lugha na Utamaduni

Copyright Year: 2020

Contributor: Mwangi

Publisher: Northwestern University Libraries

License: CC BY-SA

Elementary Swahili: Lugha na Utamaduni is intended for both heritage and non-heritage elementary Swahili learners. It introduces the learners to aspects of Standard Swahili language and culture with the view of enhancing their intercultural competence in Swahili. The topics are well-integrated to enable the learners to easily apply what they learn in each topic into their daily interactions in Swahili about themselves, family, friends, immediate world, and East Africa. Thus, at the end of Elementary Swahili, learners should be able to carry out basic conversations in Swahili about themselves, their world, and East Africa. Further, the coursebook will incorporate common Swahili cultural practices in all the topics with the view of enhancing the learners’ intercultural competence.

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Read more about Finding Balance: Collaborative Workflows for Risk Management in Sharing Cultural Heritage Collections Online

Finding Balance: Collaborative Workflows for Risk Management in Sharing Cultural Heritage Collections Online

Copyright Year: 2023

Contributors: Hintz, Kowalski, Quigley, and Bailey

Publisher: University of Kansas Libraries

License: CC BY-NC

Digitizing rare and unique historical documents so they can be shared online is mission-critical work for most cultural heritage institutions, but it can be difficult to complete this work, especially intellectual property rights management, at a scale that matches user demand. The authors of this open educational resource offer guidance for creating scalable, cross-functional workflows using a risk-management approach that increases efficiency and distributes responsibility for rights assessment work more equitably across stakeholders. It includes advice for navigating knowledge gaps, building an engaged team with the right skillsets, reimagining workflows, and rethinking traditional archival processing workflows to build capacity for rights analysis during arrangement and description. Each chapter includes a helpful exercise for implementing this guidance in your own institution.

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Read more about Introduction to Probability

Introduction to Probability

Copyright Year: 2023

Contributor: Baxter

Publisher: John R. Baxter

License: CC BY-SA

This is an introduction to probability theory, designed for self-study. It covers the same topics as the one-semester introductory courses which I taught at the University of Minnesota, with some extra discussion for reading on your own. The reasons which underlie the rules of probability are emphasized. Probability theory is certainly useful. But how does it feel to study it? Well, like other areas of mathematics, probability theory contains elegant concepts, and it gives you a chance to exercise your ingenuity, which is often fun. But in addition, randomness and probability are part of our experience in the real world, present everywhere and yet still somewhat mysterious. This gives the subject of probability a special interest.

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Read more about Peer Review: A Critical Primer and Practical Course

Peer Review: A Critical Primer and Practical Course

Copyright Year: 2022

Contributor: Ford

Publisher: Portland State University Library

License: CC BY-SA

This book is a self-paced, open access training in peer review. In eight modules it asks readers to engage in a variety of activities to learn the who, what, why, and how of peer review. It is geared to library professionals, library school students, or other academic professionals who must understand and/or engage with the peer-review process.

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Read more about Power, Profit, and Privilege: Problematizing Scholarly Publishing

Power, Profit, and Privilege: Problematizing Scholarly Publishing

Copyright Year: 2022

Contributor: Makula

Publisher: University of Kansas Libraries

License: CC BY-NC

This open course introduces students to the scholarly communications system — with particular emphasis on the scholarly journal publishing mechanism — wherein new information is created, evaluated, disseminated, and preserved.

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Read more about Community interventions in obesity-related chronic diseases

Community interventions in obesity-related chronic diseases

Copyright Year: 2023

Contributors: Cirignano, Elnakib, Ensle, and Zellers

Publisher: Rutgers University Libraries (RUcore)

License: CC BY

The rate of obesity continues to climb in the United States in all age groups. National reports, including the Trust for America’s Health annual report State of Obesity: Better Policies for a Healthier America, highlight key findings and policy recommendations. The need to continue to work towards stabilization of the obesity epidemic could not be more important as consequences of this chronic disease can be dire, potentially affecting physical health with an increase in risk for chronic diseases including cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and several types of cancer as well as potentially affecting behavioral health. Curbing the high rates of obesity is particularly of importance when considering the prevalence of childhood obesity, which is on the rise not only in the United States but is also increasing globally. Although there are certain risk factors such as genetics that are not modifiable in this group, there are many dietary, physical activity and environmental factors that are modifiable through lifestyle changes. This course will explore ways to address these lifestyle changes for children through adults with both federally- and NGO- based community interventions that are working towards combating overweight and obesity and how they aim to do so with a health equity lens in mind.

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