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JimRoloff

Mending God's Creatures, by Jim Roloff

Jim Roloff grew up on a cattle and wheat ranch near Ritzville, Washington. He earned his bachelor of science degree at Eastern Washington University, and a doctorate of veterinary medicine from Washington State University. He started his veterinary profession as an associate veterinarian at the Enumclaw Veterinary Clinic, and two years later, Dr. Roloff and his wife established the Medical Lake Veterinary Clinic in Medical Lake, Washington. He has been providing veterinary care in the Medical Lake Community for over 35 years. His book gives readers a glimpse into the life of a veterinarian and the adventures, problems, and view from the veterinarian perspective.

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Mitch

Study Simpler, by Mitch Colver

Study Simpler contains fifty-two study skills interventions that students, parents, and educators can rely on to lay a solid foundation of study skills proficiency within the lives of students, especially at the university level. The acronym SIMPLER outlines seven of the most influential factors related to student well-being: Space, Intervals, Method, People, Loyalty, Energy, and Resources. These seven categories make up the Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How of student success. Written with particular attention to helping-professionals working in higher education, Study Simpler allows study skills development to be effectively embedded within a broad range of services throughout the university. Using the Simpler Intervention Model, helping-professionals in higher education can act as stakeholders in assisting students with study skills development. The model relies on concise, informal, and regularly occurring interventions that address student development in a holistic manner using Study Simpler as a guide.

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