Textbooks

 

The courses I teach are text-centered courses, which means that every part of the course will necessitate the use of the text. I only require books that we will use extensively.

Required Texts:

SPCH 1311: Introduction to Speech Communication – NEW for Spring 2018

Required Text: Dan O’Hair and Mary Wiemann, Communication and You, 1st edition, ISBN 9781457663697
Online Courses need the package that includes the text and LaunchPad access, ISBN 9781319019068

Handbook covering MLA format (see below)


SPCH 1311: Introduction to Speech Communication for Health Sciences

Required Text: Ronald B. Adler, George Rodman, and Athena DuPre, Understanding Human Communication, 13th edition, ISBN 9780190297084

Handbook covering MLA format (see below)


SPCH 1318: Interpersonal Communication – NEW for Fall 2017

Required Text: Steven McCornack, Interpersonal Communication and You, 1st edition, ISBN 9781457662539

Handbook covering MLA format (see below)


SPCH 1321: Business and Professional Communication

Required Text: Ronald B. Adler, Jeanne Elmhorst, and Kristen Lucas, Communicating at Work, 11th edition, ISBN: 9780078036804

Handbook covering MLA format (see below)


All Courses

All of my courses include a research component, so students should have a handbook showing how to use MLA documentation. I recommend Diana Hacker and Barbara Fister, Research and Documentation in the Digital Age with 2016 MLA Update, 6th edition, ISBN 9781319083502.

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