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Elaine Maimon

Full Name: Elaine Maimon
Number of Works: 23
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ISBN: 0077300742, 9780077300746
Keywords: handbook, mcgraw
Pages: 1088
Published: 2009
  • Rating: 100%
ISBN: 0077369459, 9780077369453
Keywords: composition, access, card, connect, update, mcgraw, handbook, mla, brief
Pages: 557
Published: 2009
  • Rating: 80%

McGraw-Hill Connect Composition provides a revolutionary experience for today's students, meeting them where they live - online. Connect offers superior peer review, an advanced diagnostic testing system, and numerous tutorials and guides to aid in student learning. Based on the McGraw-Hill Handbook, Connect Composition Plus allows students and instructors to access the fully-integrated, media-rich textbook online along with over 100 short video clips recorded by the McGraw-Hill Handbook and A Writer's Resource authors: Elaine Maimon, Janice Peritz, and Kathleen Yancey. </p> Wit
ISBN: 0073327735, 9780073327730
Keywords: cse, update, apa, mla, mcgraw, handbook, new
Pages: Unknown
Published: 2008
  • Rating: 40%

With the 2008 MLA Update edition, The New McGraw-Hill Handbook continues to set the bar for contemporary handbooks. Writing and research have changed dramatically since the first hardcover handbooks appeared. Today's students don't rely on pens or typewriters: they use computers to write. They don't just do research: they find their way through a maze of online information. They don't just read print: they analyze visuals. They don't just come to class: they participate in an online learning community. These changes have put new demands on composition courses. With its focus on writing in
ISBN: 0077355695, 9780077355692
Keywords: access, card, composition, connect, handbook, hardcover, mcgraw
Pages: Unknown
Published: 2009

As we wrote the first edition of The McGraw-Hill Handbook, our students were in our minds, acting as our chief consultants. We knew that their perspectives on college life were different from those of previous generations of students, and so were their expectations. We understood that they needed a handbook for the twenty-first century, with state-of-the-art resources on writing, researching, and graphic design. They might be using a handbook in an English composition class at 9:00 AM, but at 10:00 AM they might be preparing PowerPoints for a speech course, and at 11:00 AM they mig