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  • Should you teach from your own textbook?
    In a recent discussion in the Textbook Writing & Publishing Discussion Circle in TAA’s online member community regarding whether professors should teach from their own textbook, all agreed that it was perfectly acceptable, but whether or not to collect royalties on those sales was met with mixed reactions. According to textbook author Kevin Patton, textbook […]
  • Anatomy of a thriving faculty academic writing program
    What does it take to spark faculty imagination and engender faculty commitment to academic writing? Over the last three years, through the use of research-based strategies, the Jumpstart Academic Writing Program at Portland State University (PSU) has had remarkable success. The key features include attention to both the text as well as the context of […]
  • Busy TAA People: William P. Berlinghoff coauthors 2nd ed. of ‘Math Through the Ages’
    TAA member William P. Berlinghoff, a retired professor of mathematics at Southern Connecticut State University and Colby College, has coauthored (with Fernando Q. Gouvêa) the second edition of Math Through the Ages: A Gentle History for Teachers and Others, published by Oxton House Publishers. The first edition, adopted by more than 100 colleges and universities throughout […]
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