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GRL has been a great company to work with in putting this project together. They shared my vision to offer a text to a generation of digital natives by embracing their strengths, rather than working against them.

Mark DeAngelis

Author of The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business at the University of Connecticut

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Thanks for treating me like you do. I’m honored and very appreciative. My experience with GRL has obviously improved my classroom performance, and the world benefits from that.

Rick Wilson

Author of Solving the Solver at Oklahoma State University

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I so appreciate the level of support you and your team continue to provide. Just the other day, I was singing the praises of Great River Learning to a colleague. You and your company far exceed any other publisher I’ve worked with in terms of customer service and student support.

Donald Barrie

Author of Physical Geology: How Our Earth Works at San Diego Mesa College

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Everyone I have worked with at GRL has been there to help, support, and encourage me as an author. The process was organized and professional from beginning to end.

Felicia Saffold

Author of Introduction to Teaching All Children at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee

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It was definitively a challenge but so worth it, because it forced me to rethink the way I was presenting some of the material to my students in class. Lecturing and writing are completely different!  It is a very rewarding experience.  

AV Brittan

Author of Noteworthy: The Story of Western Music University of Oklahoma

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I enjoyed going through the information more than any other textbook. It was engaging and gave me the perfect opportunity to absorb and relate the information to my own experience. I am so looking forward to the rest of this course! I have had a tough time finding academic motivation; this was the first time I started an assignment and got excited about it in quite some time.

Student at University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Culture & Clothing: An Introduction to Culture, Human Behavior, & Dress Around the World b by Trisha W. Kemerly