ANDROID WIRELESSAPPLICATION DEVELOPMENT VOL. 1 & 2 MY IT CERTIFICATION LAB V5.9 - ACCESS CARD
Συγγραφέας : LAUREN DARCEY-SHANE CONDER
Έτος Έκδοσης : 2013
Εκδοτικός Οίκος : PEARSON
ΠΑΡΑΔΟΣΗ ΣΕ 3-6 ΕΡΓΑΣΙΜΕΣ ΕΦΟΣΟΝ ΕΙΝΑΙ ΔΙΑΘΕΣΙΜΟ ΑΠΟ ΤΟΝ ΕΚΔΟΤΗ
This product should be used in an instructor led classroom environment and is not intended for individual self-study myITcertificationlabs: Android Wireless Development Web-based Assessment and Learning with myITcertificationlabs: Android Wireless Development contains all the material you need to learn and master Android development. These materials are provided via the myITcertificationlabs Web-based service that can be used to assess your knowledge with videos, and brief, objective-specific quizzes and feedback in areas where you need further study. This product includes digital eText copies of two books: Android Wireless Application Development: Volume I: Android Essentials, Third Edition, by Lauren Darcey and Shane Conder, and Android Wireless Application Development: Volume II: Advanced Topics, Third Edition, by Lauren Darcey and Shane Conder. The product also includes: Assessment questions for every chapter in each of the 2 volumes, and Android Live Lessons Video training course: The Essentials of Android Application Development (Introduction, 11 lessons, bonus lesson, and summary): 12+ hours of video training. You may also have a print copy of Volume I included with your access code card. What Is myITcertificationlabs? myITcertificationlabs is an easy-to-use web-based service that accesses student readiness and then provides a personalized study plan that shows exactly what each student needs to know to gain greater expertise in the areas covered. The web-based service has a comprehensive database of hundreds of exam questions that are used to assess student knowledge, provide feedback on areas that require further study, and allow for robust practice experiences to improve class performance and results. The MyLab environment allows instructors to interact with students, communicate learning goals, schedule projects, and assess each individual student for areas of competence and need.