SmartWork online homework contains over 1,000 questions to test conceptual understanding and guide students through their exploration of animations, University of Nebraska simulations, and the Reading Astronomy News features in the text. Every question has answer-specific feedback, hints, and eBook links.Try SmartWork for free.
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Starry Night is a realistic and user-friendly planetarium simulation program with an accompanying workbook that is fully integrated with and specific to the text, and offers observation assignments that guide students’ virtual explorations and help them apply what they’ve learned. Learn more.
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Ready-made lecture outlines include selected art from the text, clicker questions, and offline and lecture-ready versions of the AstroTours. Lecture notes for each chapter are provided in the Instructor’s Manual. Authored by Gregory D. Mack, Ohio Wesleyan University. View sample slides.
AstroTour animations, on StudySpace and in the PowerPoint Lecture Slides, use art from the text to help students visualize important physical and astronomical concepts. Some animations are interactive. Try a sample.
Norton ebooks retain the content and design of the print book and allow students to highlight and take notes with ease, print chapters as needed, and search the text. Norton ebooks are available online and as downloadable PDFs. Explore a demo chapter.
Interactive Simulations, developed by Kevin Lee and the Astronomy Education Group at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, allow students to manipulate variables and see how physical systems work.Explore simulations.