ISBN: 9780324190960 Publisher: Cengage Learning, IncYear of publishing: 2002 Format: Paperback
No of Pages: 1000 Language: English
Business Law Today, Standard Edition is an accessible law text with high interest and exceptional visual appeal. This is a book that professors like, while students appreciate its thorough, dynamic coverage...Read more
Business Law Today, Standard Edition is an accessible law text with high interest and exceptional visual appeal. This is a book that professors like, while students appreciate its thorough, dynamic coverage of traditional business law topics and summarized cases. This text meets the AACSB curriculum requirements. Business Law Today Interactive Text by Roger Miller and Gaylord Jentz combines the original textbook with rich multimedia, real-time updates, exercises, self-assessment tests, note-taking tools, and much more. This combination of print and online material provides students with active learning tools and tutorials , and helps instructors shorten preparation time and improve instruction. The Interactive Text offers a complete technology teaching solution that integrates all of the media together in one seamless package no assembly is required. Business Law Today Interactive Text consists of two components: a Print Companion and an Online Companion, seamlessly integrated to provide an easy-to-use teaching and learning experience. The Print Companion is a paperback textbook that includes the core content from the original textbook.
All time-sensitive pedagogical features and materials at the end of chapters have been moved from the printed textbook to the Online Companion. The Online Companion provides a dedicated Web site featuring all of the core content from the Print Companion combined with integrated, interactive learning resources , self-assessment tests, note-taking features, and basic course-management tools that enable instructors to create and manage a syllabus, track student self-assessment scores, broadcast notes to students, and send electronic messages to students. Read less