These resources include invaluable information to accompany the sixteenth edition of Principles of Athletic Training, including key terminology, lecture outlines, and worksheets with the accompanying answer keys. It also integrates the text with image clips. These components can be accessed via the Instructor Resources tab within Connect®.
The test bank includes approximately 2,000 examination questions. Each chapter contains true-false, multiple choice, and completion test questions. The worksheets in each chapter also include a separate test bank of matching, short-answer, listing, essay, and personal or injury assessment questions that can be used as self-testing tools for students or as additional sources for examination questions.
McGraw-Hill’s EZ Test is a flexible and easy-to-use electronic testing program. The program allows instructors to create tests from book specific items. It accommodates a wide range of question types and instructors may add their own questions. Multiple versions of the test can be created, and any test can be exported for use with course management systems such as WebCT, BlackBoard, or PageOut. The program is available for Windows and Macintosh environments.
A comprehensive and extensively illustrated PowerPoint presentation accompanies this text for use in classroom discussion. The PowerPoint presentation may also be converted to outlines and given to students as a handout. You can easily download the PowerPoint presentation from the Instructor Resources tab in Connect®.
Instructional videos are available on Connect® for Principles of Athletic Training. These visual aids are designed to illustrate key concepts, promote critical thinking, and engage students on the most relevant topics in athletic training.
Connect® for Principles of Athletic Training.
Connect is an online learning system composed of interactive exercises and assessments, like those that appear on the new Board of Certification exam. Videos, animations, and other multimedia features enable students to visualize complicated concepts and practice skills. All of the activities are automatically graded and can be submitted to the instructor’s grade book. For more information, visit http://connect.mheducation.com
Connect® for Principles of Athletic Training was developed by Amanda Benson, PhD, ATC, from Louisiana State University, and Linda Bobo, PhD, ATC, from Stephen F. Austin Slate University, and has been updated for the new edition. Connect® is a Web-based assignment and assessment platform that gives students the means to -better connect with their coursework, their instructors, and the important concepts that they need to know for success now and in the future. Students can practice important skills at their own pace and on their own schedule, receive instant feedback on their work, and track performance on key activities. With Connect®, students get 24/7 online access to an eBook—an online edition of the text—to aid them in successfully completing their work, wherever and whenever they choose. With Connect®, instructors can deliver assignments, graphing questions, quizzes, and tests easily online.