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  • HUMAN ANATOMY LAB MANUAL 

    WILK-BLASZCZAK, MALGOSIA (Mavs Open Press, 2018)
    This is a lab manual for a college-level human anatomy course. Mastery of anatomy requires a fair amount of memorization and recall skills. The activities in this manual encourage students to engage with new vocabulary in ...
  • No Limits: Foundations and Strategies for College Success 

    University of Texas at Arlington (Mavs Open Press, 2017)
    Student Success and First Year Experience (UNIV 1131 and UNIV 1000, respectively, at UTA) are learning community courses that teach new students academic success skills to aid their transition to college. The goal of the ...
  • DEVELOPMENT OF CANCER TRAP FOR CAPTURING CANCER CELLS THAT METASTASIZE IN THE PERITONEAL CAVITY: A PRELIMINARY STUDY 

    Okpokwasili, Chuka I; 0000-0001-7332-1743 (2017-05-25)
    Our laboratory has recently developed an implantable device - cancer trap that can recruit and trap circulating cancer cells inside the bloodstream. Since several types of cancer cells can metastasize inside the peritoneal ...
  • Deconstructing the Syllabus: Re-envisioning Digital Learning with the Shift to Canvas 

    Bold, LaShaunn; Breuer, Kimberly; Brown, Brian; Kilpatrick, Cynthia; Reed, Michelle; Semingson, Peggy (Region 11 Leveraging Canvas Conference, 2019-06-13)
    A group of four faculty members and a librarian present ideas for integrating innovative tools and ideas into Canvas for student in higher education (The University of Texas at Arlington), with an overarching focus on ...
  • UNDERSTANDING SCALP EEG IN RESPONSE TO NEWSVENDOR DECISION-MAKING AND FEEDBACK 

    Akash, Mobasshir (2019-05-22)
    Neuroeconomics is an emerging field integrating economic theories with neuroscience to enhance the understanding on how humans make decisions under different cost-effective conditions. Understanding the brain network ...

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