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A PERSISTENT PLACE: A LANDSCAPE APPROACH TO THE PREHISTORIC ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE GREENLEE TRACT IN SOUTHERN OHIO By Matthew Purtill
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Long-term archaeological investigations at the Greenlee Tract by Gray & Pape, Inc., revealed significant evidence for over 10,000 years of Native American utilization of southern Ohio’s... More > ancient landscape. Using a siteless landscape approach, this book presents a comprehensive summary of all past work. Various topics are discussed including landscape development, environmental patterns and cycles, settlement patterning and subsistence strategies, and social organization. Several unique archaeological findings are reported upon including the discovery of one of the largest Middle-Late Woodland (A.D. 300-600) villages in the region; the documentation of a rare open-aired, Early Woodland (700 – 100 B.C.) ceremonial structure; and some of the best evidence for Middle Archaic (6500-4000 B.C.) occupation found anywhere in the state. Rarely has such an array of topics been addressed in a single monograph project.< Less
A Working Writer's Daily Planner 2012: Almanac Edition By Small Beer Press
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The Almanac Edition includes all the prompts, exercises, reading lists, and articles from the two previous editions. The perfect place to keep everything writing-related: whether it’s... More > deadlines and word counts, ideas and inspirations, or the most private hopes and dreams. It’s the perfect gift for any writer, whether teenager or grandparent. “I know some writers who have spent many, many hours trying to figure out the ins and outs of residency programs, grant applications, and even MFA programs in creative writing. A lot of that work is done for you here, with those deadlines detailed and looming some time before their due dates.” —Los Angeles Times “A practical planner for those of us who are distracted by bright and shiny things (like Facebook, admit it). Spiral bound, good quality paper to take the ink and chock-full of goodies such as writing exercises, paper dolls and workshop information (plus much more), it’s already been marked up with deadlines and dog-eared.” —MomGadget.com< Less
A Working Writer's Daily Planner 2012 ebook By Small Beer Press
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The perfect place to keep everything writing-related: whether it’s deadlines and word counts, ideas and inspirations, or the most private hopes and dreams. There’s nothing like having... More > this planner in hand to show how much time, effort, thought, and love a writer puts into writing. It’s the perfect gift for any writer, whether teenager or grandparent. “I know some writers who have spent many, many hours trying to figure out the ins and outs of residency programs, grant applications, and even MFA programs in creative writing. A lot of that work is done for you here, with those deadlines detailed and looming some time before their due dates.” —Los Angeles Times “A practical planner for those of us who are distracted by bright and shiny things (like Facebook, admit it). Spiral bound, good quality paper to take the ink and chock-full of goodies such as writing exercises, paper dolls and workshop information (plus much more), it’s already been marked up with deadlines and dog-eared.” —MomGadget.com< Less
Babies at Work: Bringing New Life to the Workplace By Carla Moquin
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Written by the president of the Parenting in the Workplace Institute, Babies at Work is the first book to explain the transformation that occurs when babies can come to work with their parents for... More > the first several months of life. Babies at Work explains why well-structured baby programs are highly successful and describes the dramatic benefits that more than 1,800 babies have brought to more than 140 organizations to date. Testimonial: "Ms. Moquin addresses a highly pertinent topic and is a pioneer for business leaders and parents. Her expertise and research highlight an important way for organizations to find and keep top employees and contribute toward making themselves great places to work. This concept makes solid business sense and I would recommend this as "must-read" material for any Human Resources executive and every business owner." Deborah Driskill, CEO, CDG & Associates, Winning Workplaces national finalist; Working Woman Regional Recipient - Best Company to Work For< Less
Babies at Work: Bringing New Life to the Workplace By Carla Moquin
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Written by the president of the Parenting in the Workplace Institute, Babies at Work is the first book to explain the transformation that occurs when babies can come to work with their parents for... More > the first several months of life. Babies at Work explains why well-structured baby programs are highly successful and describes the dramatic benefits that more than 1,800 babies have brought to more than 140 organizations to date. Testimonial: "Ms. Moquin addresses a highly pertinent topic and is a pioneer for business leaders and parents. Her expertise and research highlight an important way for organizations to find and keep top employees and contribute toward making themselves great places to work. This concept makes solid business sense and I would recommend this as "must-read" material for any Human Resources executive and every business owner." Deborah Driskill, CEO, CDG & Associates, Winning Workplaces national finalist; Working Woman Regional Recipient - Best Company to Work For< Less
PSY 565 Week 8 Complete Work GCU By jon kelly
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PSY 565 Week 8 Complete Work GCU PSY 565 Topic 8 DQ 1 What are some factors that add to workplace stress? How can these be addressed? How can addressing workplace stress with employees enhance... More > performance? PSY 565 Topic 8 DQ 2 How can work place violence be reduced. Considering the statistics presented in the textbook (Chapter 15), what responsibility does the organization have to take action to minimize workplace violence? PSY 565 Topic 8 Job Stress and Burnout< Less
Soil Fertility, Animal Health - With "The Loss of Soil Organic Matter and its Restoration" By William A. Albrecht
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Nature works and has been working for a billion and a half years—ever since there were living things on earth. This is important. We talk of controlling nature, but any wise farmer or stockman... More > knows that nature makes the rules for us to learn and follow, if we can. In short, the ecologist is in a position to furnish us, in many ways, models which we can follow in our own operations. Before the prairies were settled, plowed and fenced, wild herds moved back and forth across them, never staying in one place after the grass was cropped too short. These moving herds distributed minerals from their droppings and remains, for it is well-known that wild animals usually maintain a good mineral balance by visiting salt-licks and varying their pasture-grounds. Here in a nutshell is the model for proper use of grasslands. It takes a lot of common sense to get across the information we need. He has it and can put it out so we can all understand it. (From the Introduction)< Less
A Working Writer's Daily Planner 2012: Almanac Edition ebook By Small Beer Press
eBook (PDF): $1.99
The Almanac Edition includes all the prompts, exercises, reading lists, and articles from the two previous editions. The perfect place to keep everything writing-related: whether it’s deadlines... More > and word counts, ideas and inspirations, or the most private hopes and dreams. It’s the perfect gift for any writer, whether teenager or grandparent. “I know some writers who have spent many, many hours trying to figure out the ins and outs of residency programs, grant applications, and even MFA programs in creative writing. A lot of that work is done for you here, with those deadlines detailed and looming some time before their due dates.” —Los Angeles Times “A practical planner for those of us who are distracted by bright and shiny things (like Facebook, admit it). Spiral bound, good quality paper to take the ink and chock-full of goodies such as writing exercises, paper dolls and workshop information (plus much more), it’s already been marked up with deadlines and dog-eared.” —MomGadget.com< Less
Finding Freedom in a Familiar Place: Discovering Community and Promoting Unity through Photography and Narratives By Chelsea Rae Klein
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The Rising Stars Photojournalism Project has spent nine months exploring, understanding, and re-working the definition of community through art, reporting, writing, and reflection. The model of this... More > project is one and the same as our working definition of community: "people working together towards a common goal." In the spirit of this model, eleven 9, 10, and 11 year-olds are discovering how their stories and insights impact the larger community and must be shared to create awareness, encourage cohesion, and to inspire change. A Rising Stars Photojournalism Project Production Organized by Chelsea Rae Klein< Less
Finding Freedom in a Familiar Place: Discovering Community and Promoting Unity through Photography and Narratives By Chelsea Rae Klein
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The Rising Stars Photojournalism Project has spent nine months exploring, understanding, and re-working the definition of community through art, reporting, writing, and reflection. The model of this... More > project is one and the same as our working definition of community: "people working together towards a common goal." In the spirit of this model, eleven 9, 10, and 11 year-olds are discovering how their stories and insights impact the larger community and must be shared to create awareness, encourage cohesion, and to inspire change. A Rising Stars Photojournalism Project Production Organized by Chelsea Rae Klein< Less

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