What is the difference between Campbell Biology and Concepts & Connections textbooks? We will try to explain it in the following text.
First, as titled, we need to separate those two terms: Concepts, and Connections.
It means that this book uses concept modules to help students focus on the main ideas of each chapter. Every module heading is basically a statement of a key concept.
This means that the text in this book uses real life examples to create a connection to the students. In that way, students relate science to health, social problems, environment issues etc. So, connections help them to learn in a more efficient way.
Like the other Campbell Biology textbooks, this one is also a fairly large content. It consists of 7 units and a total of 38 chapters, while each chapter consists of several sections. All this is summarized in a total of 923 pages.