Secrets of Successful Grantsmanship: A Guerrilla Guide to Raising Money
Author Susan L. GoldenSusan Golden provides not just another book on proposal writing, but one which provides a realistic view of proposal writing with practical step-by-step guidance towards success -- useful for both novice and experienced grantwriters.Patricia F. Lewis, ACFR, presiden....
Release Date 1997/02
Better Grammar in 30 Minutes a Day
Author Florence Sacks , Constance ImmelHere’s help for anyone who has something to say or write but has difficulty doing so. Better Grammar in 30 Minutes features thorough coverage of key grammar skills, clear explanations with a minimum of grammatical terms and an abundance of exercises and activities t....
Release Date 1995/08
Author Norman WalshTeX is a powerful tool for creating professional quality typeset text and is unsurpassed at typesetting mathematical equations, scientific text, and multiple languages. Many books describe how you use TeX to construct sentences, paragraphs, and chapters. Until now, ....
Release Date 1994/04
Practical Problem-Solving Skills in the Workplace
Author Pamela Helling , Rebekah Lashman , Judith Combes TaylorProblem-solving skills to identify and resolve work-related problems and improve job performance. With the increasing emphasis on initiative in the workplace, it‘s essential to know how to recognize, define, and analyze problems and then develop workable solutions t....
Release Date 1994/02
LATEX Notes: Practical Tips for Preparing Technical Documents
Author Kenneth J. Shultis - Department of Nuclear Engineering , Kansas State UniversityJust a few years ago, LaTeX set TeX users free. LaTeX liberated them from mundane chores such as formatting and equation numbering, allowing writers to concentrate instead on the document content. Now, to help those who wish to take an extra step beyond the structur....
Release Date 1994/01
Author Grant MayberryHow to achieve positive outcomes using planning and conversational techniques.
Release Date 1993/07
A Priceless Advantage: U.S. Navy Communications Intelligence and the Battles of Coral Sea, Midway, and the Aleutians
Author Frederick D. ParkerThe study of how U.S. Navy communications intelligence analysts engineered a triumph over Japanese naval cryptography and contributed to a new naval strategy in the Pacific during WWII.
Release Date 1993/01