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Human Kinetics ancillaries and how to access them

Did you know most of our textbooks come with ancillaries? These instructor resources are free to course adopters and granted by your sales representative. You can create a well-organised syllabus using the tools from our ancillaries and test your students understanding by building quizzes from test packages using sample exercises.

What do you get as an instructor?

Test Package

This gives you a selection of questions for each chapter, both multiple choice, and essay format. They can be utilised to create your own tests and quizzes for use with your students and classes.

Instructor Guide

This covers areas that students often find difficult to understand. It includes suggested course outlines, reading schedules and class assessments, as well as key references, chapter quizzes and video clips.

Presentation Package

These ready-made presentations, for every chapter of the book, feature hundreds of slides highlighting the key concepts, including images and video clips. There’s also a blank presentation template for you to pick and choose relevant content specific to your course.

Image Bank

All of the figures, tables and diagrams contained in the text, sorted by chapter, can be used to develop customised presentations based on your specific course requirements. You can also use them to create flyers and handouts for your students.

See all titles with ancillaries

What do your students get?

Web Study Guide

The student resource comes with new texts and eBooks and includes tips, key points and activities, such as video-based projects and self assessments.

Find out more

How to Access your Ancillaries

 

For more information contact charlottea@hkeurope.com (UK) or nickd@hkeurope.com (Rest of the World).

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Hi, I'm Ryan, one of the bloggers here at Human Kinetics Europe Ltd. (If you want my official title, it's Marketing Executive.) I've always had a passion for health and fitness, having previously worked in gyms and played a variety of sports all my life. Now (as a somewhat of a washed-up athlete) I find myself working at the world’s biggest independent publisher of sport, health, dance and fitness resources. Which is amazing! Why? Because I get unrestricted access to all the best, most interesting, scientifically-proven writing on sports science. And what's more, I get to share it all with you!

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