File password: hurdIf you would like to download additional instructions, more complete instructions on using Respondus LE are available. The test package, written by John T. Meldrum, Amy R. Hurd, and Robert J. Barcelona and created with Respondus, includes a bank of more than 250 questions, including true-or-false, fill-in-the-blank, essay and short-answer, and multiple-choice questions. With Respondus LE, a free version of the Respondus software, instructors can create print versions of ...
Instructor Guide In this instructor guide, written by John T. Meldrum, Amy R. Hurd, and Robert J. Barcelona, you can find sample course syllabuses, chapter outlines, learning outcomes, glossary terms and definitions, learning activities, case study guides, sample documents from real-world leisure services managers, and NRPA accreditation standards for every chapter in the text. View the instructor guide
Instructor Guide In this instructor guide, written by Amy R. Hurd, Denise M. Anderson, Brent A. Beggs, and Deborah A. Garrahy, you can find a sample course syllabus, and for every chapter in the text, you can find content overviews and outlines, learning outcomes, and links to sample documents in the online resource. The following files have been zipped for your convenience.
The presentation package, written by Amy R. Hurd, Denise M. Anderson, Brent A. Beggs, and Deborah A. Garrahy, includes a comprehensive series of PowerPoint slides for each chapter. Learning objective slides present the major topics covered in each chapter, and text slides list key points. The presentation package has more than 300 slides that can be used directly with PowerPoint to print transparencies and slides or to make copies for distribution to students.
The online resource, written by Amy R. Hurd, Denise M. Anderson, Brent A. Beggs, and Deborah A. Garrahy, includes the following: dynamic and interactive learning activities and assignments that can be conducted in or out of class sample forms and resources from real recreation and leisure agencies that reinforce concepts in the text and serve as examples for students to discuss and evalute