Scientific Inquiry highlights the basic process of science, providing explicit details on all parts of the scientific method. The interactive textbook explores topics such as the co-discoveries of dinosaurs, evolution, and the geological history of the earth; vaccinations; the effects of pesticides on the environment; and anthropogenic climate change. Course: DSL 100
Lynn University Digital Press
Boca Raton, FL
College of Arts and Sciences
The 2021 version is the 3rd edition.
The 2nd edition was published in 2015.
The primary file is in .ibooks format and can only be viewed in Mac or iOS-compatible programs, such as iBooks.
The supplementary file is a PDF version of the iBook. PLEASE NOTE: PDF versions do not have the full content of the iBook and are not ADA compliant. Students who need accommodations, please contact the Student Accessibility Services office, at 561-237-7028 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.