The American Journey: A History of the United States, Volume 2
Prentice Hall's exclusive companion website that accompanies The American Journey, Second Edition offers unique tools and support that make it easy for students and instructors to integrate this online study guide with the text. The site is a comprehensive resource that is organized according to the chapters within the text and features a variety of learning and teaching modules. For students: Study Guide Modules contain multiple choice and true/false quizzes, map exercises, and other features designed to help students with self-study; Reference Modules contain Web Destinations and Net Search options that provide the opportunity to quickly reach information on the Web that relates to the content in the text; Communication Modules include tools such as Live Chat and Message Boards to facilitate online collaboration and communication; and Personalization Modules include our enhanced Help feature that contains a text page for browsers and plug-ins. For Instructors: Syllabus Manager' tool provides an easy-to-follow process for creating, posting, and revising a syllabus online that is accessible from any point within the Companion Website'. Faculty Module for each chapter offers lectu
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