After a brief overview of the GDx VCC and related technologies, numerous glaucoma, non-glaucoma, and "overlap" cases are presented. Each case provides printouts from various tests... More > including visual fields, GDx, OCT, HRT, etc.< Less
This book covers the method of scientific investigation. It is intended for K-12 students, university students, working professionals and citizen scientists. It focuses on choosing a problem to... More > investigate, conducting background research, formulating a hypothesis, designing an experiment, analyzing your results, and forming conclusions. It gives multiple examples on how science can be used to acquire new information, create new products, and to debunk myths.
Gary Booker is an Educator in Atlanta, Georgia with many years of experience in the environmental sciences & civil engineering in a QA role. Violet Akech is a Botanist in Kampala, Uganda with experience in multiple biodiversity conservation projects.< Less
This workbook was written to support a short course that provides a review of algebra topics designed for students who have had these subjects before. The objective is to save the student’s... More > time and money by placing them in the appropriate level math course – neither too high nor too low. If we are successful in doing this, we will provide a better learning environment for students and instructors alike.
The book has 38 separate lessons and two practice tests. Each lesson has an instructional area followed by some exercises. After the exercises there is an answer section that shows how each of the exercises is done. About midway through the book, there is a practice elementary algebra test. Then, near the end of the book, there is a practice Intermediate Algebra test. These tests are similar to the tests you will be given during the course. At the end of the book, there are extra problem sets for each lesson followed by the answers to those problem sets.< Less