Norton’s new formative, adaptive quizzing program personalizes quiz questions for each student in an engaging, gamelike environment to help them master the foundational concepts in the course—phylogenetics, population, genetics, and analyzing data—and retain the information they need to succeed. Try an exercise
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The Evolution art program has been carefully designed to promote students’ understanding of key concepts, and all of the art is prepared for instructor use, in both labeled and unlabeled forms. Stunning visuals throughout—including research-style data graphics and new, enlarged photographs—highlight the amazing diversity of life on Earth. View samples
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Norton Ebooks allow students to access the entire book, highlight, bookmark, and take notes with ease, and the Evolution ebook can be viewed on—and synced between—all computers and mobile devices. Links to specific ebook chapter sections are integrated into InQuizitive learning modules. Explore a chapter
The free coursepack for Evolution offers a variety of opportunities for self-assessment and review. In addition to chapter-based assignments, flashcards, and animations, the coursepack includes new multiple-choice and short answer questions that correspond to key charts and graphs from the text.
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The Instructor’s Manual, revised by Matthew Gruwell of Penn State Erie, assists professors in preparing rich classroom lectures. Every chapter of the manual includes learning objectives, a chapter summary, answers to review or end-of-chapter questions from the text, and an updated video list. View a sample
Based on feedback from reviewers regarding the topics that students find most challenging, nine process animations—available in tablet- and mobile-compatible formats—bring some of the course’s most complex topics to life.