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📒Communicating For Results ✍ Carolyn Meyer
✏Communicating for Results Book Summary : Now in its fourth edition, Communicating for Results offers practical, classroom-tested instruction in the rhetorical techniques and persuasive strategies that students need to become effective writers and speakers. Supplemented with abundant group and individual activities to reinforce keyprinciples and help students hone their skills, this invaluable text will teach students to communicate with confidence.
✏Where cultures meet a cross cultural comparison of business meeting styles Book Summary :
✏OECD Studies on SMEs and Entrepreneurship Thailand Key Issues and Policies Book Summary : This book offers policy guidance for Thailand for fostering entrepreneurship and strengthening the performance of SMEs and their contribution to growth and development.
📒Decolonizing Educational Assessment ✍ Ardavan Eizadirad
✏Decolonizing Educational Assessment Book Summary : This book examines the history of standardized testing in Ontario leading to the current context and its impact on racialized identities, particularly on Grade 3 students, parents, and educators. Using a theoretical argument supplemented with statistical trends, the author illuminates how EQAO tests are culturally and racially biased and promote a Eurocentric curriculum and way of life privileging white students and those from higher socio-economic status. This book spurs readers to further question the use of EQAO standardized testing and challenges us to consider alternative models which serve the needs of all students.
📒How To Think In Medicine ✍ Milos Jenicek
✏How to Think in Medicine Book Summary : Mastery of quality health care and patient safety begins as soon as we open the hospital doors for the first time and start acquiring practical experience. The acquisition of such experience includes much more than the development of sensorimotor skills and basic knowledge of sciences. It relies on effective reason, decision making, and communication shared by all health professionals, including physicians, nurses, dentists, pharmacists, and administrators. How to Think in Medicine, Reasoning, Decision Making, and Communications in Health Sciences is about these essential skills. It describes how physicians and health professionals reason, make decision, and practice medicine. Covering the basic considerations related to clinical and caregiver reasoning, it lays out a roadmap to help those new to health care as well as seasoned veterans overcome the complexities of working for the well-being of those who trust us with their physical and mental health. This book provides a step-by-step breakdown of the reasoning process for clinical work and clinical care. It examines both the general and medical ways of thinking, reasoning, argumentation, fact finding, and using evidence. It explores the principles of formal logic as applied to clinical problems and the use of evidence in logical reasoning. In addition to outline the fundamentals of decision making, it integrates coverage of clinical reasoning risk assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis in evidence-based medicine. Presented in four sections, this book discusses the history and position of the problem and the challenge of medical thinking; provides the philosophy interfacing topics of interest for health sciences professionals including the probabilities, uncertainties, risks, and other quantifications in health by steps of clinical work; decision making in clinical and community health care, research, and practice; Communication in clinical and community care including how to write medical articles, clinical case studies and case reporting, and oral and written communication in clinical and community practice and care.
📒Strategic Communication In Canada ✍ Bernard Gauthier
✏Strategic Communication in Canada Book Summary : Informed by decades’ worth of agency experience, Bernard Gauthier prepares aspiring public relations professionals to think strategically about communication and to plan and implement effective campaigns. Strategic Communication in Canada is grounded upon a simple yet comprehensive framework called the CARE model, which teaches readers how to strategically select goals and objectives that bring about change, identify and engage key audiences, determine their strongest resources as well as those needing improvement, and scan the external environment for opportunities and threats. Brimming with examples from the Canadian context, this highly accessible text demonstrates how to develop a communication strategy, from building an action plan and amassing content, to implementing the campaign and evaluating the results. Easy to follow, this step-by-step guide to strategic planning features practical advice and study tools such as learning objectives, key terms and concepts, questions for critical reflection, and an original, detailed case study of a successful campaign. This insightful read is essential for students in public relations, marketing communication, and business strategy.
✏Handbook of Research on Computer Enhanced Language Acquisition and Learning Book Summary : Provides comprehensive coverage of successful translation of language learning designs utilizing ICT in practical learning contexts. Offers the latest knowledge related to research on computer-enhanced language acquisition and learning.
📒Advances In E Learning Experiences And Methodologies ✍ Garc¡a-Pe¤alvo, Francisco Jos
✏Advances in E Learning Experiences and Methodologies Book Summary : Web-based training, known as e-learning, has experienced a great evolution and growth in recent years, as the capacity for education is no longer limited by physical and time constraints. The emergence of such a prized learning tool mandates a comprehensive evaluation of the effectiveness and implications of e-learning. Advances in E-Learning: Experiences and Methodologies explores the technical, pedagogical, methodological, tutorial, legal, and emotional aspects of e-learning, considering and analyzing its different application contexts, and providing researchers and practitioners with an innovative view of e-learning as a lifelong learning tool for scholars in both academic and professional spheres.
📒Performing Site Specific Theatre ✍ A. Birch
✏Performing Site Specific Theatre Book Summary : This book investigates the expanding parameters for site-specific performance to account for the form's increasing popularity in the twenty-first century. Leading practitioners and theorists interrogate issues of performance and site to broaden our understanding of the role that place plays in performance and the ways that performance influences it
📒Communicating Environmentally Sustainable Transport ✍ OECD Staff
✏Communicating Environmentally Sustainable Transport Book Summary : This publication sets out the discussions of an OECD workshop, held in Berlin in December 2002, to address issues related to the implementation of Environmentally Sustainable Transport (EST) guidelines, endorsed by OECD Environment Ministers in 2001. Conclusions reached include that a combination of measures will be required to achieve real progress and overcome barriers to change effectively, including 'hard' measures (such as taxes, emission standards, speed limits, and other fiscal and regulatory instruments) and 'soft' measures (such as the provision of information and the use of communication strategies and educational techniques). A number of policy recommendations are given on how soft measures can be used to increase the acceptance of hard measures, as well as their direct role in changing transport-related behaviour.