طبق روال سالهای گذشته، اطلاعات دانشجویان ورودی جدید حدودا بیست مهر ماه (پس از تکمیل اطلاعات در سامانه گلستان) در کتابیار پند قابل دسترسی است. شروع استفاده از سرویسهای امانت و مطالعه کتابیار پند برای این دانشجویان، به بعد از این تاریخ موکول میگردد.
Secret #1, managing time and being prepared -- Secret #2, getting a handle on objective testing -- Secret #3, getting a handle on subjective testing -- Secret #4, mastering your study environment -- Secret #5, discovering your learning style and best learning methods -- Secret #6, creating and implementing a study plan -- Secret #7, getting the most out of class -- Secret #8, mastering the materials -- Secret #9, tackling memory tricks -- Secret #10, preventing test stress -- Appendix A, state board of education listings/guide to high school exit exams by state, Lee Brainerd and Ricki Winegardner.
The sequential model of professional selling -- Attitudes of success: five pillars -- Planning and prepaation [i.e. preparation]: measure twice, cut once -- Time management: it's about time -- Prospecting: I know where you are hiding -- Building rapport and trust: behavioral flexibility -- Discovery: game day -- Presentation skills: value-added solutions -- Confirming the sale: closing -- Creative negotiation: there is always a way -- Action plan: implementation -- Follow-up: you never call or write anymore, Tim Breithaupt.
Introduction ; Using the job-match grid to choose a career -- ; Descriptions of the 100 fastest-growing careers -- ; Quick job search-seven steps to getting a good job in less time -- ; Index, Michael Farr.
Rudyard Kipling ; selected and edited by Thomas Pinney., Poems., "The idea of this selection from Rudyard Kipling's many poems is to contrast the familiar with the unfamiliar: the list includes 26 of the first kind, and 74 of the second. Any collection will have those first 26; no other collection will have all 74 of the other kind ... they have rested, unvisited, in inaccessible Indian newspapers, in manuscript, in the files of long-dead magazines."--Preface., Includes bibliographical references (pages 175-179) and indexes.
In One Hundred Semesters, William Chace mixes incisive analysis with memoir to create an illuminating picture of the evolution of American higher education over the past half century. Chace follows his own journey from undergraduate education at Haverford College to teaching at Stillman, a traditionally African-American college in Alabama, in the 1960s, to his days as a professor at Stanford and his appointment as president of two very different institutions--Wesleyan University and Emory University. Chace takes us with him through his decades in education--his expulsion from college, his boredom and confusion as a graduate student during the Free Speech movement at Berkeley, and his involvement in three contentious cases at Stanford: on tenure, curriculum, and academic freedom. When readers follow Chace on his trip to jail after he joins Stillman students in a civil rights protest, it is clear that the ideas he presents are born of experience, not preached from an ivory tower, I knew exactly what I was doing -- Haverford: the guilty reminder -- And all will be well -- The readiness is all -- Berkeley: thoroughly unready -- The discipline of literature -- A new kind of proletariat -- Going south -- Reading in jail -- Poetry and politics -- The storehouse of knowledge -- Unfolding the origami of teaching -- Tenure and its discontents -- Tenure tested -- Teaching and its discontents -- The English department in disarray -- Why join the administration? -- Exchanging reflection for action -- Diversity university -- Marching to a different drummer -- The puzzle of leadership -- Looking at success; looking at failure -- Learning and then leaving -- A school with aspirations -- Being a proprietor -- Real power and imaginary power -- "A king of infinite space." ;, William M. Chace.
Ernst Heinrich Hirschel, Egon Krause (editors), Available to OhioLINK libraries, Electronic reproduction, Berlin : ; Springer, ; 2009, System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader and Internet browser; text in HTML and PDF, Mode of access: World Wide Web, Title from title screen; description based on content as of Nov. 3, 2009, Access restricted to subscribing institution, Also available in print
100 Ways to Motivate Others is the culmination of many years of successful leadership coaching and training by best-selling author Steve Chandler and attorney Scott Richardson. Chandler and Richardson have crafted a vital, user-friendly, inspirational guide for executives, managers, and professionals, as well as those aspiring to reach their level, Steve Chandler and Scott Richardson.
Divided into three parts, this volume focuses on a summary of how relativity theories were born. It also discusses the ramifications of general relativity, such as black holes, space-time singularities, gravitational waves, the large scale structure of the cosmos, and more. It includes summaries of radical changes in the notions of space and time, Development of the concepts of space, time and space-time from Newton to Einstein / ; J. Stachel -- ; Gravitational billiards, dualities and hidden symmetries / ; H. Nicolai -- ; The nature of spacetime singularities / ; A.D. Rendall -- ; Black holes : an introduction / ; P.T. Chru??ciel -- ; The physical basis of black hole astrophysics / ; R.H. Price -- ; Probing space-time through numerical simulations / ; P. Laguna -- ; Understanding our universe : current status and open issues / ; T. Padmanabhan -- ; Was Einstein right? : testing relativity at the centenary / ; C.M. Will -- ; Receiving gravitational waves / ; P.R. Saulson -- ; Relativity in the global positioning system / ; N. Ashby -- ; Spacetime in semiclassical gravity / ; L.H. Ford -- ; Space time in string theory / ; T. Banks -- ; Quantum geometry and its ramifications / ; A. Ashtekar -- ; Loop quantum cosmology / ; M. Bojowald -- ; Consistent discrete space-time / ; R. Gambini, J. Pullin -- ; Causal sets and the deep structure of spacetime / ; F. Dowker -- ; The twistor approach to space-time structures / ; R. Penrose, editor, Abhay Ashtekar.