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    Nursing: Mental Health and Community Concepts

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    Contributors: Christman and Ernstmeyer

    Publisher: Chippewa Valley Technical College

    License: CC BY

    This textbook is an open educational resource with CC-BY licensing developed specifically for prelicensure nursing students. The e-book and downloadable versions are free. Affordable print versions are published in collaboration with XanEdu and available on Amazon and in college bookstores.

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    Reading Rhetorical Theory

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    Contributor: Hallsby

    Publisher: University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing

    License: CC BY-NC

    This is a textbook that was originally designed for a 3000-level large lecture course on “Rhetorical Theory” at the University of Minnesota, Twin-Cities. An interdisciplinary tradition, rhetorical theory describes how speech, representation, and power are managed by techniques and technologies of communication. The plan of this book moves from rhetoric as an art of speech to rhetoric as a technology of power. The early chapters provide definitions and context for rhetoric as speech, middle chapters (e.g., on signs, symbols, visual images, argumentation, and narrative) describe rhetoric as representation, and the concluding chapters (e.g., on settler colonialism, secrecy, and digital rhetoric) elaborate on rhetoric as a technology of power. Of course, there is considerable overlap across these areas: the chapter on “rhetoric and ideology” sets the stage for later understandings of rhetoric as power; the chapter on “the rhetorical situation” hearkens back to the introductory understanding of rhetoric as speech. The book includes (audio and/or video) recordings with each chapter, as well as guidelines for proposed written assignments. Students using this resource should gain a thorough understanding of what rhetoric is, how it was practiced historically and today, and the ways that rhetoric wields an invisible influence over contemporary public and political life. Additionally, this book is designed for use across a variety of modalities, including in-person, online (synchronous/asynchronous), and hybridized formats. Additional resources (PowerPoint slides, quiz/exam questions) are also available to confirmed instructors upon request.

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    Read more about Tea Time Linear Algebra Explorations in Mathematics - 2nd Edition

    Tea Time Linear Algebra Explorations in Mathematics - 2nd Edition

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    Contributor: Brin

    Publisher: Leon Q. Brin

    License: CC BY-SA

    This creation is an all-purpose open source textbook for linear algebra classes of all ilks. Inside you will find a complete and engaging introduction to linear algebra, making it a perfect primary resource for classroom study.

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    The Science of Plants

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    Contributors: Michaels, Hoover, and Irish

    Publisher: University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing

    License: CC BY-NC

    An approachable guide to the fundamentals of plant science. Created for horticulture students, gardeners, science teachers, and anyone interested in understanding plants and how they grow. This is the required text for HORT 1001/6001 Plant Propagation at the University of Minnesota Department of Horticultural Science.

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    Principles of Epidemiology

    Contributor: Antunez

    Publisher: Minnesota State Colleges and Universities

    License: CC BY-SA

    Most books about epidemiology are written for graduate students but this book is especially designed for undergraduates, who are taking an introductory course in epidemiology, and especially for those students who want to know more about epidemiology. But not because it is directed mainly to undergraduates and not to graduate students the course has less rigour and quality, it is because the concepts are introduced, and presented in an easier and simplified form, so, the study of epidemiology becomes less intimidating. While teaching epidemiology for several years, I have found that some students don’t choose epidemiology as a career because the content seems too complicated, presenting the content in a practical manner, and simpler (although some epidemiological concepts are very complex); should motivate students to learn about this subject matter.

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    Critical Thinking in Academic Research - Second Edition

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    Contributors: Gruwell and Ewing

    Publisher: Minnesota State Colleges and Universities

    License: CC BY-SA

    Critical Thinking in Academic Research - 2nd Edition provides examples and easy-to-understand explanations to equip students with the skills to develop research questions, evaluate and choose the right sources, search for information, and understand arguments. This 2nd Edition includes new content based on student feedback as well as additional interactive elements throughout the text.

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    Dress, Appearance, and Diversity in U.S. Society

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    Contributors: Reddy-Best, Elder, and Hassall

    Publisher: Iowa State University

    License: CC BY

    This book introduces topics about identity, dress, and the body. Through the content, readers explore how individuals and communities use dress as a way to communicate (i.e. “negotiate” in fashion studies) their various identities. There is heightened attention to social justice, power, privilege, and oppression. That is, the content focuses on the experiences of historically marginalized communities and the ways they navigate dress and dressing their bodies in different contexts. In the first part of the book, readers are introduced to concepts and theories related to fashion, clothing, dress, and/or accessories. In the second part, readers examine the role that fashion, clothing, dress, and/or accessories play in identity development for individuals in marginalized communities in the United States.

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    Women Worldwide: Transnational Feminist Perspectives - 2nd Edition

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    Contributors: Butts, Duncan, Lockhart, and Shaw

    Publisher: Oregon State University

    License: CC BY

    During the past few years, we’ve witnessed how interconnected our world is. These instances of global interconnection—both positive and negative—have differing impacts on people based on gender while also creating and reinforcing the ways people experience gender. We see that experiences of gender are always shaped by nationality, race/ethnicity, sexual identity, social class, ability, age, and religion. This social construction of gender, its shaping of the world, and its effects on individuals and groups of people are at the core of this textbook.

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    Arcade Expression Crash Course with COVID-19 data

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    Contributor: Cheung

    Publisher: Wing Cheung

    License: CC BY

    Written for ArcGIS Pro 2.5

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    Read more about Food Studies: Matter, Meaning, Movement

    Food Studies: Matter, Meaning, Movement

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    Contributors: Szanto, Di Battista, and Knezevic

    Publisher: eCampusOntario

    License: CC BY-NC-SA

    Food Studies aims to help readers understand and address numerous issues within food, food culture, and food systems. These subjects transcend disciplinary boundaries and call attention to how matter, meaning, and movement produce complex and dynamic food-human realities. Chapters range from sovereignty to breastfeeding, financialization to food porn, pollination to fair trade. Embedded throughout, art, poetry, illustration, and audiovisual works offer moments to reflect on and synthesize the text-based entries. Through reading, classroom discussion, and engaging with the extensive pedagogical tools, learners and teachers alike may acquire a new sense of things foodish—along with a new sense of their own place and role within food systems themselves.

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