This book describes the contributions of twenty-two educators and events that have shaped the field of education, often receiving little to no public recognition, including: Edmonia Godelle Highgate, Nannie Helen Burroughs, Selena Sloan Butler, Alonzo Aristotle Crim, Sabbath Schools, and African American Boarding Schools. These individuals and events have established and sustained education in communities across the United States. This book will help foster a renewed sense of importance both for those considering teaching and for teachers in classrooms across the country.
Retail Marketing Management
For undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Retail Marketing and Marketing Management, and HND Retail Marketing. The second edition of this highly successful text offers a unique approach that combines retail marketing theory with the newer retail concepts and international examples. Building on the first edition this text starts by looking...
Information Visualization: Beyond the Horizon
Information visualization is not only about creating graphical displays of complex and latent information structures; it contributes to a broader range of cognitive, social, and collaborative activities. This is the first book to examine information visualization from this perspective.
This 2nd edition continues the unique and ambitious...
Object-Oriented Software Engineering
The wheel has turned full circle.
In 1988, I wrote a textbook entitled Software Engineering. Virtually the only
mention of the object-oriented paradigm in that book was one section that described
By 1994, the object-oriented paradigm was starting to gain acceptance in the
Stronger: Develop the Resilience You Need to Succeed
Professional athletes, surgeons, first responders--all perform remarkable feats in the face of intense stress. Why do they thrive under pressure, while others succumb? What separates the two is attitude. Resilient people meet adversity head-on and bounce back from setbacks. They seem to naturally exude an inner strength--but studies show that...