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Ethical considerations of web camera use in online environments /rMarcia Steeves --gChapter 2.tThe use of eproctoring software at post-secondary institutions : a balanced approach /rDavid Luinstra --gChapter 3.tExploring the ethical considerations regarding video games for school-aged children /rRob Hendrickson --gChapter 4.tBroadband connectivity in rural and remote communities : a persistent challenge heightened by COVID-19 and the move to remote learning for K-12 students /rMichael Maciach --gPart II.tCritical considerations of the ethics of technological advances and their effects on autonomy and privacy --gChapter 5.tA laptop for every learner : the not so simple solution /rLindsay Humphreys --gChapter 6.tThe razor's edge : how to balance risk in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data /rJoel Templeman --gChapter 7.tConnect care : clinical information sharing /rLacey Dunham --gConclusion.tTeaching #EdTechEthics course in the open : an instructor's reflection /rDr. Verena Roberts. a"This book is the result of a co-design project in a class in the Masters of Education program at the University of Calgary. The course, and the resulting book, focus primarily on the safe and ethical use of technology in digital learning environments. The course was organized according to four topics based on Farrow's (2016) Framework for the Ethics of Open Education. All of the chapters were written during the COVID-19 pandemic and demonstrate many of the educational technology and ethics topics selected by graduate students that were particularly concerning during this period of time. This includes creating national healthcare applications with personal information; excessive video gaming for children; the need for data literacy skills for teachers and students; access to broadband in rural communities; online cheating and use of e-proctoring; video intrusion during synchronous online classes; and the risks in using artificial intelligence, machine learning and big data in educational contexts."--BCcampus website fThis work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0). aThis bibliographic record is available under the Creative Commons CC0 "No Rights Reserved" license.0 aDescription based on online resource; title from html title page (viewed on March 26, 2024). 0aEducational technology. 0aEducationxPhilosophy.1 aBrown, Barbarac(Teaching and learning dean),eauthor,eeditor.1 aRoberts, Verena,eauthor,eeditor.1 aJacobsen, Michele,eauthor,eeditor.1 aHurrell, Christie,eauthor,eeditor.1 aTravers-Hayward, Mia,eauthor.1 aNeutzling, Nicole,eauthor.1 aTempleman, Joel,eauthor.1 aSteeves, Marcia,eauthor.1 aHendrickson, Rob,eauthor.1 aLuinstra, David,eauthor.1 aHumphreys, Lindsay,eauthor.1 aDunham, Lacey,eauthor.1 aMaciach, Michael,eauthor.2 aUniversity of Calgary,eissuing body.2 aBCcampus,edistributor.403B.C. 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Prerequisites -- Introduction to prerequisites -- 1.1. Real numbers: algebra essentials -- 1.2. Exponents and scientific notation -- 1.3. Radicals and rational exponents -- 1.4. Polynomials -- 1.5. Factoring polynomials -- 1.6. Rational expressions -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 2. Equations and inequalities -- Introduction to equations and inequalities -- 2.1. The rectangular coordinate systems and graphs -- 2.2. Linear equations in one variable -- 2.3. Models and applications -- 2.4. Complex numbers -- 2.5. Quadratic equations -- 2.6. Other types of equations -- 2.7. Linear inequalities and absolute value inequalities -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 3. Functions -- Introduction to functions -- 3.1. Functions and function notation -- 3.2. Domain and range -- 3.3. Rates of change and behavior of graphs -- 3.4. Composition of functions -- 3.5. Transformation of functions -- 3.6. Absolute value functions -- 3.7. Inverse functions -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 4. Linear functions -- Introduction to linear functions -- 4.1. Linear functions -- 4.2. Modeling with linear functions -- 4.3. Fitting linear models to data -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 5. Polynomial and rational functions -- Introduction to polynomial and rational functions -- 5.1. Quadratic functions -- 5.2. Power functions and polynomial functions -- 5.3. Graphs of polynomial functions -- 5.4. Dividing polynomials -- 5.5. Zeros of polynomial functions -- 5.6. Rational functions -- 5.7. Inverses and radical functions -- 5.8. Modeling using variation -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 6. Exponential and logarithmic functions -- Introduction to exponential and logarithmic functions -- 6.1. Exponential functions -- 6.2. Graphs of exponential functions -- 6.3. Logarithmic functions -- 6.4. Graphs of logarithmic functions -- 6.5. Logarithmic properties -- 6.6. Exponential and logarithmic equations -- 6.7. Exponential and logarithmic models -- 6.8. Fitting exponential models to data -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 7. The unit circle: sine and cosine functions -- Introduction to the unit circle: sine and cosine functions -- 7.1. Angles -- 7.2. Right triangle trigonometry -- 7.3. Unit circle -- 7.4. The other trigonometric functions -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 8. Periodic functions -- Introduction to periodic functions -- 8.1 Graphs of the sine and cosine functions -- 8.2 Graphs of the other trigonometric functions -- 8.3 Inverse trigonometric functions -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 9. Trigonometric identities and equations -- Introduction to trigonometric identities and equations -- 9.1 Verifying trigonometric identities and using trigonometric identities to simplify trigonometric expressions -- 9.2 Sum and difference identities -- 9.3 Double-angle, half-angle, and reduction formulas -- 9.4 Sum-to-product and product-to-sum formulas -- 9.5 Solving trigonometric equations -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 10. Further applications of trigonometry -- Introduction to further applications of trigonometry -- 10.1 Non-right triangles: law of sines -- 10.2 Non-right triangles: law of cosines -- 10.3 Polar coordinates -- 10.4 Polar coordinates: graphs -- 10.5 Polar form of complex numbers -- 10.6 Parametric equations -- 10.7 Parametric equations: graphs -- 10.8 Vectors -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 11. Systems of equations and inequalities -- Introduction to systems of equations and inequalities -- 11.1 Systems of linear equations: two variables -- 11.2 Systems of linear equations: three variables -- 11.3 Systems of nonlinear equations and inequalities: two variables -- 11.4 Partial fractions -- 11.5 Matrices and matrix operations -- 11.6 Solving systems with Gaussian elimination -- 11.7 Solving systems with inverses -- 11.8 Solving systems with Cramer's rule -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 12. Analytic geometry -- Introduction to analytic geometry -- 12.1 The ellipse -- 12.2 The hyperbola -- 12.3 The parabola -- 12.4 Rotation of axes -- 12.5 Conic sections in polar coordinates -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 13. Sequences, probability, and counting theory -- Introduction to sequences, probability, and counting theory -- 13.1 Sequences and their notations -- 13.2 Arithmetic sequences -- 13.3 Geometric sequences -- 13.4 Series and their notations -- 13.5 Counting principles -- 13.6 Binomial theorem -- 13.7 Probability -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Appendix A. Proofs, identities, and toolkit functions -- Answer key -- Index.0 a"Algebra and Trigonometry 2e provides a comprehensive exploration of mathematical principles and meets scope and sequence requirements for a typical introductory algebra and trigonometry course. The modular approach and the richness of content ensure that the book addresses the needs of a variety of courses. Algebra and Trigonometry 2e offers a wealth of examples with detailed, conceptual explanations, building a strong foundation in the material before asking students to apply what they've learned."--BCcampus website1 fThis work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license (CC BY 4.0). aThis bibliographic record is available under the Creative Commons CC0 "No Rights Reserved" license.0 aDescription based on online resource; title from pdf title page (viewed on March 14, 2024). 0aMathematicsvTextbooks. 0aAlgebravTextbooks. 0aTrigonometryvTextbooks. 7aAlgebra2fast0(OCoLC)fst00804885 7aMathematics2fast0(OCoLC)fst010121632 aBCcampus,edistributor.403B.C. 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Greenlaw.3 aPrinciples of economics 3e a[Third edition] 1aHouston, Texas :bOpenStax, Rice University,c2022. 2a[Victoria] :bBCcampus a1 online resource (983 pages) :billustrations (some colour) atextbtxt2rdacontent acomputerbc2rdamedia aonline resourcebcr2rdacarrier atext file2rdaft aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 955-976) and index. a"Principles of Economics 3e covers the scope and sequence of most introductory economics courses. The third edition takes a balanced approach to the theory and application of economics concepts. The text uses conversational language and ample illustrations to explore economic theories, and provides a wide array of examples using both fictional and real-world scenarios. The third edition has been carefully and thoroughly updated to reflect current data and understanding, as well as to provide a deeper background in diverse contributors and their impacts on economic thought and analysis. For example, the third edition highlights the research and views of a broader group of economists. Brief references and deeply explored socio-political examples have been updated to showcase the critical - and sometimes unnoticed - ties between economic developments and topics relevant to students."--BCcampus website fThis work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license (CC BY 2.0) aThis bibliographic record is available under the Creative Commons CC0 "No Rights Reserved" license.0 aDescription based on online resource; title from pdf title page (viewed on March 21, 2024). 0aEconomicsvTextbooks. 0aEconomicsxResearch. 7aEconomics2fast0(OCoLC)fst00902116 7aEconomicsxResearch2fast0(OCoLC)fst009022031 aMacDonald, Dan,d1985-eauthor.1 aGreenlaw, Steven A.,eauthor. ihas work:aPrinciples of economics (Text)1https://id.oclc.org/worldcat/entity/E39PCG6HdkFxvjw7kp8f3KMmq34https://id.oclc.org/worldcat/ontology/hasWork403B.C. 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Wolff. a[2nd edition] 1aHouston, Texas :bOpenStax,c2022. 2a[Victoria] :bBCcampus a1 online resource (1115 pages) :billustrations (chiefly colour) atextbtxt2rdacontent acomputerbc2rdamedia aonline resourcebcr2rdacarrier atext file2rdaft aIncludes bibliographical references and index.0 aScience and the universe: a brief tour -- Observing the sky: the birth of astronomy -- Orbits and gravity -- Earth, moon, and sky -- Radiation and spectra -- Astronomical instruments -- Other worlds: an introduction to the solar system -- Earth as a planet -- Cratered worlds -- Earthlike planets: Venus and Mars -- The giant planets -- Rings, moons, and Pluto -- Comets and asteroids: debris of the solar system -- Cosmic samples and the origin of the solar system -- The Sun: a garden-variety star -- The Sun: a nuclear powerhouse -- Analyzing starlight -- The stars: a celestial census -- Celestial distances -- Between the stars: gas and dust in space -- The birth of stars and the discovery of planets outside the solar system -- Stars from adolescence to old age -- The death of stars -- Black holes and curved spacetime -- The Milky Way Galaxy -- Galaxies -- Active galaxies, quasars, and supermassive black holes -- The evolution and distribution of galaxies -- The Big Bang -- Life in the universe -- Appendix A: How to study for an introductory astronomy class -- Appendix B: Astronomy websites, images, and apps -- Appendix C: Scientific notation -- Appendix D: Units used in science -- Appendix E: Some useful constants for astronomy -- Appendix F: Physical and orbital data for the planets -- Appendix G: Selected moons of the planets -- Appendix H: Future total eclipses -- Appendix I: The nearest stars, brown dwarfs, and white dwarfs -- Appendix J: The brightest twenty stars -- Appendix K: The chemical elements -- Appendix L: The constellations -- Appendix M: Star chart and sky event resources. a"Designed to meet the scope and sequence of your course, Astronomy 2e is written in clear non-technical language, with the occasional touch of humour and a wide range of clarifying illustrations. 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Greenlaw.3 aPrinciples of macroeconomics 3e a[Third edition] 1aHouston, Texas :bOpenStax, Rice University,c2022. 2a[Victoria] :bBCcampus a1 online resource (623 pages) :billustrations (some colour) atextbtxt2rdacontent acomputerbc2rdamedia aonline resourcebcr2rdacarrier atext file2rdaft aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 607-618) and index. a"Principles of Macroeconomics 3e covers the scope and sequence of most one-semester introductory macroeconomics courses. The third edition takes a balanced approach to the theory and application of macroeconomic concepts. The text uses conversational language and ample illustrations to explore economic theories and provides a wide array of examples using both fictional and real-world scenarios. The third edition has been carefully and thoroughly updated to reflect current data and understanding, as well as to provide a deeper background in diverse contributors and their impacts on economic thought and analysis. 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Greenlaw.3 aPrinciples of microeconomics 3e a[Third edition] 1aHouston, Texas :bOpenStax, Rice University,c2022. 2a[Victoria] :bBCcampus a1 online resource (585 pages) :billustrations (some colour) atextbtxt2rdacontent acomputerbc2rdamedia aonline resourcebcr2rdacarrier atext file2rdaft aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 567-580) and index. a"Principles of Microeconomics 3e covers the scope and sequence of most one-semester introductory microeconomics courses. The third edition takes a balanced approach to the theory and application of microeconomics concepts. The text uses conversational language and ample illustrations to explore economic theories and provides a wide array of examples using both fictional and real-world applications. The third edition has been carefully and thoroughly updated to reflect recent developments, as well as to provide a deeper background in diverse contributors and their impacts on economic thought and analysis. 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Prerequisites -- Introduction to prerequisites -- 1.1 Real numbers: algebra essentials -- 1.2 Exponents and scientific notation -- 1.3 Radicals and rational exponents -- 1.4 Polynomials -- 1.5 Factoring polynomials -- 1.6 Rational expressions -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 2. Equations and inequalities -- Introduction to equations and inequalities -- 2.1 The rectangular coordinate systems and graphs -- 2.2 Linear equations in one variable -- 2.3 Models and applications -- 2.4 Complex numbers -- 2.5 Quadratic equations -- 2.6 Other types of equations -- 2.7 Linear inequalities and absolute value inequalities -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 3. Functions -- Introduction to functions -- 3.1 Functions and function notation -- 3.2 Domain and range -- 3.3 Rates of change and behavior of graphs -- 3.4 Composition of functions -- 3.5 Transformation of functions -- 3.6 Absolute value functions -- 3.7 Inverse functions -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 4. Linear functions -- Introduction to linear functions -- 4.1 Linear functions -- 4.2 Modeling with linear functions -- 4.3 Fitting linear models to data -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 5. Polynomial and rational functions -- Introduction to polynomial and rational functions -- 5.1 Quadratic functions -- 5.2 Power functions and polynomial functions -- 5.3 Graphs of polynomial functions -- 5.4 Dividing polynomials -- 5.5 Zeros of polynomial functions -- 5.6 Rational functions -- 5.7 Inverses and radical functions -- 5.8 Modeling using variation -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 6. Exponential and logarithmic functions -- Introduction to exponential and logarithmic functions -- 6.1 Exponential functions -- 6.2 Graphs of exponential functions -- 6.3 Logarithmic functions -- 6.4 Graphs of logarithmic functions -- 6.5 Logarithmic properties -- 6.6 Exponential and logarithmic equations -- 6.7 Exponential and logarithmic models -- 6.8 Fitting exponential models to data -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 7. Systems of equations and inequalities -- Introduction to systems of equations and inequalities -- 7.1 Systems of linear equations: two variables -- 7.2 Systems of linear equations: three variables -- 7.3 Systems of nonlinear equations and inequalities: two variables -- 7.4 Partial fractions -- 7.5 Matrices and matrix operations -- 7.6 Solving systems with Gaussian elimination -- 7.7 Solving systems with inverses -- 7.8 Solving systems with Cramer's rule -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 8. Analytic geometry -- Introduction to analytic geometry -- 8.1 The ellipse -- 8.2 The hyperbola -- 8.3 The parabola -- 8.4 Rotation of axes -- 8.5 Conic sections in polar coordinates -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Chapter 9. Sequences, probability, and counting theory -- Introduction to sequences, probability, and counting theory -- 9.1 Sequences and their notations -- 9.2 Arithmetic sequences -- 9.3 Geometric sequences -- 9.4 Series and their notations -- 9.5 Counting principles -- 9.6 Binomial theorem -- 9.7 Probability -- Chapter review -- Exercises -- Answer key. a"College Algebra 2e provides a comprehensive exploration of algebraic principles and meets scope and sequence requirements for a typical introductory algebra course. The modular approach and richness of content ensure that the book addresses the needs of a variety of courses. College Algebra 2e offers a wealth of examples with detailed, conceptual explanations, building a strong foundation in the material before asking students to apply what they've learned.The College Algebra 2e revision focused on improving relevance and representation as well as mathematical clarity and accuracy. Introductory narratives, examples, and problems were reviewed and revised using a diversity, equity, and inclusion framework. Many contexts, scenarios, and images have been changed to become even more relevant to students' lives and interests. To maintain our commitment to accuracy and precision, examples, exercises, and solutions were reviewed by multiple faculty experts. All improvement suggestions and errata updates from the first edition were considered and unified across the different formats of the text."--BCcampus website fThis work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license (CC BY 4.0). aThis bibliographic record is available under the Creative Commons CC0 "No Rights Reserved" license.0 aDescription based on online resource; title from pdf title page (viewed on March 21, 2024). 0aAlgebravTextbooks.2 aBCcampus,edistributor.403B.C. 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The text proceeds from functions through trigonometry and ends with an introduction to calculus. The modular approach and the richness of content ensure that the book addresses the needs of a variety of courses. Precalculus 2e offers a wealth of examples with detailed, conceptual explanations, building a strong foundation in the material before asking students to apply what they've learned. The Precalculus 2e revision focused on improving relevance and representation as well as mathematical clarity and accuracy. Introductory narratives, examples, and problems were reviewed and revised using a diversity, equity, and inclusion framework. Many contexts, scenarios, and images have been changed to become even more relevant to students' lives and interests. To maintain our commitment to accuracy and precision, examples, exercises, and solutions were reviewed by multiple faculty experts. All improvement suggestions and errata updates from the first edition were considered and unified across the different formats of the text."--BCcampus website fThis work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license (CC BY 4.0). aThis bibliographic record is available under the Creative Commons CC0 "No Rights Reserved" license.0 aDescription based on online resource; title from pdf title page (viewed on March 21, 2024). 0aPrecalculusvTextbooks.2 aBCcampus,edistributor.403B.C. 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Christianson and Kimberley Morris. 1a[Kamloops, B.C.] :bThompson Rivers University,c2023. 2a[Victoria] :bBCcampus a1 online resource (xi, 514 pages) :bcolour illustrations atextbtxt2rdacontent acomputerbc2rdamedia aonline resourcebcr2rdacarrier atext file2rdaft aThis resource includes interactive elements and supplemental videos. aIncludes bibliographical references.0 aUnit 1 : the client's environment -- Unit 2 : infection control and handwashing -- Unit 3 : body mechanics -- Unit 4 : personal care skills -- Unit 5 : bed making -- Unit 6 : assisting with nutrient needs -- Unit 7 : assisting with elimination needs -- Unit 8 : mechanical lifts and transfers -- Unit 9 : assisting with oxygen needs and vital signs -- Unit 10 : acute care environment -- Unit 11 : home management -- Unit 12 : assisting with medication -- Unit 13 : hot and cold applications : the HCA role. a"The content covered within this textbook can be applied to most health care assistant (HCA) program curricula and offers students the opportunity to acquire personal care and assistance skills within the parameters of the HCA role. The content helps the student learn the theoretical principles and concepts along with understanding the steps of practical skills required to maintain and promote the comfort, safety and independence of individuals in community and facility contexts."--BCcampus website fThis work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0). aThis bibliographic record is available under the Creative Commons CC0 "No Rights Reserved" license.0 aDescription based on online resource; title from pdf title page (viewed on March 14, 2024). 0aHome health aides. 0aCommunity health aides.1 aMorris, Kimberley,eauthor.2 aThompson Rivers University,eissuing body.2 aBCcampus,edistributor.403B.C. Open Collection title homepageuhttps://collection.bccampus.ca/textbooks/42770