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Introduction to Biological Psychology

Copyright Year: 2023

Contributor: Hall

Publisher: University of Sussex Library

License: CC BY-NC

An open access textbook designed primarily for use by first and second year undergraduate students of British Psychological Society accredited Psychology degree courses in the UK.

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Read more about The European Experience: A Multi-Perspective History of Modern Europe, 1500–2000

The European Experience: A Multi-Perspective History of Modern Europe, 1500–2000

Contributors: Hansen, Hung, and Ira

Publisher: Open Book Publishers

License: CC BY-NC

The European Experience brings together the expertise of nearly a hundred historians from eight European universities to internationalise and diversify the study of modern European history, exploring a grand sweep of time from 1500 to 2000. Offering a valuable corrective to the Anglocentric narratives of previous English-language textbooks, scholars from all over Europe have pooled their knowledge on comparative themes such as identities, cultural encounters, power and citizenship, and economic development to reflect the complexity and heterogeneous nature of the European experience. Rather than another grand narrative, the international author teams offer a multifaceted and rich perspective on the history of the continent of the past 500 years. Each major theme is dissected through three chronological sub-chapters, revealing how major social, political and historical trends manifested themselves in different European settings during the early modern (1500–1800), modern (1800–1900) and contemporary period (1900–2000). This resource is of utmost relevance to today’s history students in the light of ongoing internationalisation strategies for higher education curricula, as it delivers one of the first multi-perspective and truly ‘European’ analyses of the continent’s past. Beyond the provision of historical content, this textbook equips students with the intellectual tools to interrogate prevailing accounts of European history, and enables them to seek out additional perspectives in a bid to further enrich the discipline

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Read more about Numerical Methods for Ordinary Differential Equations

Numerical Methods for Ordinary Differential Equations

Copyright Year: 2023

Contributors: Vuik, Vermolen, and van Gijzen

Publisher: TU Delft Open

License: CC BY

In this book we discuss several numerical methods for solving ordinary differential equations. We emphasize the aspects that play an important role in practical problems. We confine ourselves to ordinary differential equations with the exception of the last chapter in which we discuss the heat equation, a parabolic partial differential equation. The techniques discussed in the intro-ductory chapters, for instance interpolation, numerical quadrature and the solution to nonlinear equations, may also be used outside the context of differential equations. They have been in-cluded to make the book self-contained as far as the numerical aspects are concerned. Chapters, sections and exercises marked with a * are not part of the Delft Institutional Package.

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Read more about A Practicum in Behavioral Economics

A Practicum in Behavioral Economics

Contributor: Caplan

Publisher: UEN Digital Press

License: CC BY

A Practicum in Behavioral Economics is a practice-based textbook covering the broad field of behavioral economics. Because behavioral economics is foremost a “test-and-learn” field of scientific inquiry that evolves according to experimental outcomes, so too should students test-and-learn. As such, the book’s primary goal is to help students experience behavioral economics through participation in the same experiments and games that serve as the foundations for, and shape the contours of, the field. With the help of this book students learn behavioral economics firsthand, and in the process create their own experiences. They learn about themselves – about how they make private and public choices under experimental conditions – at the same time as they learn about the field of behavioral economics itself.

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Read more about It’s About Them: Public Speaking in the 21st Century

It’s About Them: Public Speaking in the 21st Century

Contributors: Kim, Marshall, and Pulliam

Publisher: LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network

License: CC BY-NC-SA

In addition to original material this book is an adaptation of Introduction to Speech Communication authored by Sarah E. Hollingsworth, Kathryn Weinland, Sasha Hanrahan, and Mary Walker with a CC BY-NC-SA license. Introduction to Speech Communication includes original work as well as adapted and remixed material from Exploring Public Speaking: 4th Edition licensed CC BY-NC-SA, Stand Up, Speak Out licensed CC BY-NC-SA, and Fundamentals of Public Speaking licensed CC BY.

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Read more about Exploring the Arts: A Brief Introduction to Art, Theatre, Music, and Dance

Exploring the Arts: A Brief Introduction to Art, Theatre, Music, and Dance

Contributors: Hall, Berkeley, and Khan

Publisher: LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network

License: CC BY

This textbook was created as part of the Interactive OER for Dual Enrollment project, facilitated by LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network and funded by a $2 million Open Textbooks Pilot Program grant from the Department of Education. This project supports the extension of access to high-quality post-secondary opportunities to high school students across Louisiana and beyond. This project features a collaboration between educational systems in Louisiana, the library community, Pressbooks technology partner, and workforce representatives. It will enable and enhance the delivery of open educational resources (OER) and interactive quiz and assessment elements for priority dual enrollment courses in Louisiana and nationally. Developed OER course materials will be released under a license that permits their free use, reuse, modification and sharing with others.

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Read more about Music Appreciation: History, Culture, and Context

Music Appreciation: History, Culture, and Context

Contributors: Le, Scully, and Edwards

Publisher: LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network

License: CC BY

Music makes us human. Every culture on earth has music. In fact, every human society extending back into prehistoric times has had music. Most of us are surrounded by music. We use it to enhance our mood and to regulate our metabolism, to keep us awake and help us go to sleep, as background to accompany the work, study, exercise, and relaxation that fills our days. But it is precisely when music steps out of this background and asks for our attention, engages our memory and our expectations, that it becomes a fundamentally artistic endeavor. Music is a sonic response to a question that’s not really about sound at all, but rather is historical and social. The study of music is the study of human thought, experience, and history. This course is about the musical imagination. It’s how to think about music, but it’s also about music as a mode of thinking. (inspired by Michael Hays, Professor of Architectural Theory at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design: Welcome to The Architectural Imagination (edx.org).

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Read more about Libro Libre: An Introduction to Spanish I

Libro Libre: An Introduction to Spanish I

Contributors: Huebener, Cuellar, and Feldman

Publisher: LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network

License: CC BY-NC-SA

Welcome to Elementary Spanish!

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Read more about Trauma Informed Education

Trauma Informed Education

Copyright Year: 2023

Contributors: Krishnamoorthy, Ayre, and Schimke

Publisher: University of Southern Queensland

License: CC BY-NC-SA

As an educator, have you ever wondered about students, “Why can’t she just control her behaviour?” or “Why did he do that?” The demands of the classroom, and the scrutiny of teachers, often leave little time for teachers to consider the complex needs of children experiencing traumatic stress. Drawing on their lived experience and professional expertise, the conversations with trauma-informed education experts in this unique book offer educators an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the needs of students and strategies for responding with compassion and empathy. In a time of rapidly emerging scientific discovery, and social and political challenges, this book encourages educational leaders to question the fundamental assumptions of dominant pedagogical practices and sets the foundations for innovation in education.

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Read more about World History, Volume 2: From 1400 Volume 2

World History, Volume 2: From 1400 Volume 2

Copyright Year: 2022

Contributors: Kordas, Lynch, and Nelson

Publisher: OpenStax

License: CC BY

World History, Volume 2: from 1400 is designed to meet the scope and sequence of a world history course from 1400 offered at both two-year and four-year institutions. Suitable for both majors and non majors World History, Volume 2: from 1400 introduces students to a global perspective of history couched in an engaging narrative. Concepts and assessments help students think critically about the issues they encounter so they can broaden their perspective of global history. A special effort has been made to introduce and juxtapose people’s experiences of history for a rich and nuanced discussion. Primary source material represents the cultures being discussed from a firsthand perspective whenever possible. World History, Volume 2: from 1400 also includes the work of diverse and underrepresented scholars to ensure a full range of perspectives.

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