Available Instructor Resources
Instructor's Manual (revised by Holly Thomas, Carleton University)
Each chapter contains a chapter overview, learning objectives, list of key terms, discussion, debate, or activity ideas, and multimedia resources.
Test Generator—Also available in Microsoft Word format! (Revised by Holly Thomas, Carleton University)
Each chapter contains 25 multiple choice questions, 25 true or false questions, and 25 short answer questions. All questions include answers and page references.
PowerPoint Slides (By Steven Prus, Carleton University)
Each chapter contains 15–25 slides.
Available Student Resources (By Bonnie Schroeder, University of Ottawa)
Each chapter contains learning objectives and key facts, key terms with definitions, links to additional resources, and short-answer study questions.
Test your knowledge of the concepts and theories in each chapter! Each chapter contains 10 multiple choice questions and 5 true or false questions.
If you do not already have TestGen software installed on your computer, download the file containing the TestGen installer (for Windows users or for Mac users) and save it to your computer. If the download does not begin automatically upon clicking on the hyperlink, right click and select "Save link as..." (for PC) or "Download linked file" (for Mac). Extract the installer file (Install Win TestGen.exe for Windows; Install Mac TestGen.pkg for Macintosh)
Double-click on the installer file and follow the steps on-screen to perform the Typical Install (Windows) or Easy Install (Macintosh).
Once the TestGen software is installed, download the test bank for Aging as a Social Process by clicking on the icon, then start the program and follow the instructions above for adding the testbank to the Testbank Library.
If you need help once you have the TestGen program installed, select "Help" on the Help menu to open the built-in user's guide. Select one of the listed topics to find information or use the Search tab to enter a word and find related topics.
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