Course Credits and Attributions
The team involved with this project included:
- Developer Bio as of Course Opening
- Shannon Breske with Mizzou Online
Shannon Breske has been working with StrengthsQuest and teaching Student Success Center 1150 for the past five years. She has a BA in Broadcast Journalism and MA in Student Affairs. She is currently working on her PhD in Higher Education at the University of Missouri. She hopes you will be able to continue to learn about the importance of your strengths and understand that, by applying these strengths to your everyday life, you will be able to excel on all levels.
- Instructional Editor
- Kimberly Small
- Tracy Sill
Image and Multimedia Attributions
- Title graphic
- The background image in the title graphic is © iStockphoto/vernonwiley.
- Lesson 2: Understanding and Affirming Your Signature Themes
- Figure 2.1, the photograph of brilliant-cut diamonds, was obtained from Wikimedia Commons, courtesy of HenryLi. The image is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0 License.
- Lesson 3: Understanding Signature Themes and the Power of Theme Combinations
- Figure 3.1, the magnified photograph of snowflakes from Wilson Bentley's Studies Among the Snow Crystals ..., was obtained from Wikimedia Commons, courtesy of Ranveig. The image is in the public domain because its copyright has expired.
- Lesson 5: Future Planning and College Outcomes and a Vision for You and Your Future
- Figure 5.1, the photograph of a muscular woman, was obtained from Wikimedia Commons, courtesy of STTW. The image is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic License.
- Lesson 7: Career Planning and Preparation
- Figure 7.1: All images were obtained from Wikimedia Commons. The photograph of the photographer is courtesy of Wikicommonsuser and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 2.5 Generic License. The photograph of the ballerina is courtesy of Conny and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Generic license. The photograph of the Navy SEAL diver is courtesy of Logohead and is in the public domain because it is a work of the U.S. government and was originally posted to the Official Website of the United States Navy. The photograph of the astronaut is courtesy of Bricktop and is in the public domain because it was created by NASA and was originally posted to the Great Images in Nasa Website.
Rights holders of any materials not credited on this page or cited within the course should contact Mizzou Online.