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Refer to MyLab® IT 2021 for trusted content and learning resources to develop students' critical-thinking skills and proficiency with Microsoft® 365 and Office 2021.
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Help your students think like managers with MyLab MIS, including Decision-Making Sims that put students in professional roles to solve real-world business challenges.
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Discover the latest from Microsoft® 365 and Office 2021 with fully revised content, including specific chapters and projects dedicated to Microsoft Teams and more.
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Evans, Martin & Poatsy
NEW for 2022! Practical, hands-on projects to engage you in computing tasks and real-world skills
NEW for 2022! A highly visual approach to learning computer concepts and skills for modern work environments
Highlights Microsoft® 365 and Office 2021 features, including Windows and MacOS file management and Microsoft Teams
Poatsy, Davidson & Mulbery
An in-depth look at how, when, and why to apply Office functions with assignments that build critical-thinking skills
Laudon & Laudon
Delivers an authoritative, engaging introduction to MIS with an in-depth look at how businesses use systems to achieve objectives
Laudon & Guercio Traver
Introduces e-commerce with the latest empirical and financial data, highlighting top brand examples to illustrate global economic impact
Kroenke & Boyle
Illustrates how organizations use information systems to create value and solve problems with the latest advancements in MIS
Covers information systems and why they are fundamental to our world, including content on emerging technologies and industry trends
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Join Dr. Shelley Gaskin as she discusses encouraging critical thinking skills in the classroom as well as how one can go about developing assessments for coursework with the GRASPS model.
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Academic freedom often provides a blank slate when preparing to teach a new course, even when learning outcomes or specific assignments are required. This webinar will give guidance on incorporating a variety of assignment types to your course goals, while addressing skills like critical thinking, effective communication, and inclusion.
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Join Alan Shapiro as he discusses the importance of Microsoft Office skills to employability and how Pearson addresses this through digital badging.
Teaching students to think critically and solve problems is a widely pursued goal in higher education. To learn to think critically and solve problems, students must take an active role in constructing and defending their knowledge. Dr. Shelley Gaskin, Pearson IT author, writes about the best ways for students to demonstrate critical thinking with outcomes-based assessments.
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