Best Reference Books – Extension Management and Programme Planning

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Extension Management and Programme Planning subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Extension Management and Programme Planning along with reviews.

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1. “Penguin Dictionary Of Building Fourth Edition (Penguin Reference)” by John S Scott and James H Maclean

“Penguin Dictionary Of Building Fourth Edition (Penguin Reference)” Book Review: This book helps us understand the confusing maze of jargon and technical terms. It is for students, professional architects. It is also for bricklayers, carpenters, glaziers, plasterers, plumbers or DIY enthusiasts. This book provides accurate explanations of the techniques.

2. “The Real Estate Terms Pocketbook Dictionary” by Robin Scott

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“The Real Estate Terms Pocketbook Dictionary” Book Review: This book is Real Estate Terms Pocketbook Dictionary. This book contains more real estate terms. This book contains information relating to construction, real estate investing. It also contains financing, renovating, electrical systems. This book is useful for real estate investors, flippers. It is also useful for contractors, developers, renovators, brokers and real estate professionals.

3. “Recommended Residential Construction for Coastal Areas: Building on Strong and Safe Foundations” by Federal Emergency Management Agency and Department of Homeland Security

“Recommended Residential Construction for Coastal Areas: Building on Strong and Safe Foundations” Book Review: This book talks about Past storms. It explains about Hurricanes Andrew, Hugo, Charley, Katrina, and Rita. It deals with the vulnerability of our built environment. This book is useful for homebuilders, contractors, and local engineering professionals. This book helps us understand designing and building safer and less vulnerable new homes. This book helps create safer and stronger buildings in coastal areas. It even deals with traditional construction techniques. It even explains constructing strong and safe foundations in hazardous coastal areas. It deals with residential foundation designs. It also provides foundation designs that are flexible enough. It gives us an idea of construction without significant additional engineering efforts. It focuses on foundations of residential buildings. It also deals with building code International Building Code. This book also addresses disaster-resistant construction. It is also subject to storm surge, waves, floating debris, and high winds. It also contains the Case H foundation. It also contains IRC, the American Forest and Paper Associations Wood Frame Construction Manual.

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4. “Homebuilders’ Guide to Earthquake-Resistant Design and Construction (Fema 232 – June 2006)” by Building Seismic Safety Council and National Institute of Building Sciences

“Homebuilders’ Guide to Earthquake-Resistant Design and Construction (Fema 232 – June 2006)” Book Review: This book summarizes seismic design and construction guidance. This book interests homebuilders, knowledgeable homeowners, and other non-engineers. It provides us prescriptive provisions of the 2003 International Residential Code. It also gives knowledge about FEMA-funded CUREE-Caltech Wood Frame Project. It gives building detail plans based on state-of-the- art earthquake-resistant. It also contains construction of a non-engineered residential structure. This book is also giving applications and benefits.

5. “Taking Shelter from the Storm: Building a Safe Room Inside Your House” by Federal Emergency Management Agency

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“Taking Shelter from the Storm: Building a Safe Room Inside Your House” Book Review: This book summarizes effects of extreme winds on buildings. It helps understand how buildings are built in hurricane prone areas. It explains how shelter is important. It describes designs for construction methods, materials, and costs. It talks about The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Research Center. It also provides shelter designs. It explains how shelters protect you and your family from the high winds. It also deals with design requirements for the expected forces. It explains the impact of typical flying debris. It also explains how shelter should be considered as primary consideration.

6. “Equal Opportunities in Staff Development” by Sheila Dainow
7. “DISASTER and RECOVERY PLANNING: A GUIDE FOR FACILITY MANAGERS” by Joesph Gustin

“DISASTER and RECOVERY PLANNING: A GUIDE FOR FACILITY MANAGERS” Book Review: This book is revised 4th edition. It deals with issues of prevention. It also provides effects of a disaster on a company’s operations. It also deals with contingency planning and loss prevention. It helps us understand facility evacuation, employee training, chain of command. It describes checklists, computer and data protection, bomb threat response. It also gives us standby power and self-inspection. This book summarizes the role of the media. It also contains media’s assistance in recovery planning.

8. “Peace of Mind in Earthquake Country: How to Save Your Home, Business, and Life” by Peter Yanev

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“Peace of Mind in Earthquake Country: How to Save Your Home, Business, and Life” Book Review: This book is updated and expanded third edition. This book provides one’s property to withstand a powerful quake. It also explains how earthquakes occur. It also gives us
construction methods for fault zones. It helps us understand shore up existing buildings. It explains insurance policies, maps existing. It explains terms suspected faults, and demystifies terms like “liquefaction” and “cripple walls.

9. “Coming Home after Disaster: Multiple Dimensions of Housing Recovery” by Alka Sapat and Ann-Margaret Esnard

“Coming Home after Disaster: Multiple Dimensions of Housing Recovery” Book Review: This book summarizes Post-disaster housing concerns. It explains dilemmas and is global in nature. It explains intertwined social, economic, and political considerations. It deals with the multi-faceted nature of housing. This book highlights key issues and challenges about post-disaster housing. This book is for scholars and practitioners. It also explains the role of emergency management, public administration, and public policy. It also explains urban planning, sociology, anthropology, geography, economics, architecture.

10. “A Designer’s Log: Case Studies in Instructional Design” by Michael Power and Terry Anderson

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“A Designer’s Log: Case Studies in Instructional Design” Book Review: This book contains instructional design in online learning. It explains what instructional designers do. It also explains how they solve the problem. It contains Power documents. It also explains the adapted instructional design model for transforming courses. It gives single-mode to dual-mode instruction. It also gives designer’s log a unique contribution to the field of online learning.

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