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Kubasek, Dynamic Business Law: The Essentials 4e
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Barnes, Law for Business 13e
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Connect® for Business Law
Elevate Critical Thinking
Application-Based Activities for Business Law provide students valuable practice using problem-solving skills to apply their knowledge to realistic scenarios. Students progress from understanding basic concepts to using their knowledge to analyze complex scenarios and solve problems. Application-Based Activities have been developed for the topics most often taught (as ranked by instructors) in the Business Law course. These unique activities are assignable and auto-gradable in Connect.
Engage Your Students
SmartBook 2.0 identifies and closes knowledge gaps through a continually adapting reading and questioning experience that helps students master the key concepts in the chapter. SmartBook 2.0 is the latest version of SmartBook, with key updates to: improve accessibility, provide mobile functionality, allow a more granular level of content selection, and provide the ability to assign Recharge activities.
Foster Application of Knowledge
Interactive Applications in Connect for Business Law are provided for each chapter, allowing instructor to assign application-focused video and other formats of interactive activities to reinforce key concepts. The Interactive Applications stimulate critical thinking and allow students to apply what they have learned, while receiving immediate feedback. Students are moved higher up the Blooms Taxonomy and shown how the information they are learning in their business law course is relevant to their own lives.