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Mathematical Recreations & Essays: Twelfth Edition
Mathematical Recreations & Essays: Twelfth Edition
By W.W. Rouse Ball and H.S.M Coxeter

For over eighty years this delightful classic has provided entertainment through mathematical problems commonly known as recreations. This new edition upholds the original, but the terminology and treatment of problems have been updated and much new material has been added. 

Published May 2016
Public Attitudes Towards Education in Ontario, 1998:: 12th OISE Survey
Public Attitudes Towards Education in Ontario, 1998:: 12th OISE Survey
By D.W. Livingstone, D. Hart, and Lynn E. Davie

The twelfth survey is based on interviews conducted in late 1998 with a random sample of 1000 Ontario adults, and questionnaires completed by over 100 randomly selected corporate executives. Trends in attitude changes are presented for the general public and executives. 

Published Feb 2015
A Guide to Writing in the Sciences
A Guide to Writing in the Sciences
By Andrea A. Gilpin and Patricia Patchet-Golubev

Written specifically for undergraduate students, this guide describes the basic elements of scientific writing as well as the elements of grammar and punctuation fundamental to all good writing. Clear, concise explanations and examples.

Published Sep 2000
Public Attitudes Towards Education in Ontario 1998: The Twelfth OISE/UT Survey
Public Attitudes Towards Education in Ontario 1998: The Twelfth OISE/UT Survey
By D.W. Livingstone, D. Hart, and Lynn E. Davie

The twelfth survey is based on interviews conducted in late 1998 with a random sample of 1000 Ontario adults, and questionnaires completed by over 100 randomly selected corporate executives. Trends in attitude changes are presented for the general public and executives. 

Published Dec 1999
The Practice of Field Instruction in Social Work: Theory and Process
The Practice of Field Instruction in Social Work: Theory and Process
By Marion Bogo and Elaine Vayda

This book is designed to guide social workers in their work as field instructors. It is unique because it presents a conceptual system which unites social work theory taught in the classroom to applied practice in a variety of community settings.

Published Oct 1998
Schoolteaching in Canada
Schoolteaching in Canada
By Alexander Lockhart

Alexander Lockhart offers a survey of elementary and secondary schoolteachers and presents a profile of the profession as a whole. 

Published Dec 1991
On the Idea of a University
On the Idea of a University
By J.M. Cameron

Professor Cameron examines how today`s university functions, what its aims should be and what its strengths and deficiencies are, and presents some proposals for reform. 

Published Dec 1972
The Research Compendium: Review and Abstracts of Graduate Research, 1942-1962
The Research Compendium: Review and Abstracts of Graduate Research, 1942-1962
Edited by Margaret Avison, Albert Ross, and Florence Strakhovsky

This book represents an important contribution by the School of Social Work at the University of Toronto. It is a record of a carefully designed plan to include a worthwhile research experience in the educational programme of every student engaged in graduate education for the profession.

Published Sep 2017
Bensley's Practical Anatomy of the Rabbit: An Elementary Laboratory Text-Book in Mammalian Anatomy (Eighth Edition, Revised and Edited)
Bensley's Practical Anatomy of the Rabbit: An Elementary Laboratory Text-Book in Mammalian Anatomy (Eighth Edition, Revised and Edited)
Edited by E. Horne Craigie

The anatomical study of an animal is chiefly a matter of applying a certain practical method of exposition, the student's attention being concentrated on those facts which can be made out by direct observation. This method is educative because it involves accurate discernment of detail, and it is the foundation of laboratory practice.

Published Sep 2017