It’s about that time of summer when the Fall semester’s booklist is calling our names. Now, I don’t know about you, but I get stressed to the max when I’m trying to figure out what textbooks I need for which class, which books are mandatory, how much they all cost, where I’m going to get them from, if I’m going to rent or buy them and most importantly, if they’re even the right book (please excuse me while I take a deep breath after that 100 mile long sentence). 507 more words
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From the author of a best-selling physical chemistry supplement, Applied Mathematics for Physical Chemistry, 3rd Ed., comes an ibook . . .
a textbook designed as a supplement for a one-semester physical chemistry course taken by those students who are interested in careers in biochemistry research or who are planning to enter medical or dental schools. 58 more words
Navigating the first week of uni mad textbook frenzy reminds me of playing a fantasy video game. I can picture myself as a tiny pixelated first year trying to find the cheapest second hand textbooks as if I was an armed and fierce lady warrior on a great quest to another land. 341 more words
Last week I read two forensics textbooks in quick succession: I began with Eoghan Casey’s Digital Evidence and Computer Crime, and then moved on to this one. 277 more words