Books and Publishing

Books and Publishing
Aug 19, 2020
Can colleges teach students what they need to know in the 21st century? Derek Bok offers an answer.
Finished your dissertation and ready to write your book? Not so fast, warns Laura Portwood-Stacer.
Scott McLemee continues his review of Catherine Lyall's Being an Interdisciplinary Academic: How Institutions Shape University Careers.
Political science association pleases and surprises members with its flagship publication's new editorial team.
Scott McLemee reviews Catherine Lyall's Being an Interdisciplinary Academic: How Institutions Shape University Careers.
Survey finds the amount students spend on course materials each year has decreased, possibly indicating students are increasingly utilizing open-source material and other educational resources.
When a misleading op-ed in The Wall Street Journal irks academics, it's time for a fact check on faculty work and pay.
Scott McLemee reviews Gary Roth's The Educated Underclass: Students and Social Mobility.
Wendy Laura Belcher provides advice on how to make your article more acceptable to a journal.
Professor discusses his new book on the joy of teaching undergraduates.
Scott McLemee highlights some new and upcoming books that are relevant to the current border crisis.
Scott McLemee reviews Kate Eichhorn's The End of Forgetting: Growing Up With Social Media.
Promotion of research and related publications is now a shared enterprise among authors, publishers, libraries and universities, writes Christine Tulley, yet many authors are unaware of how to play an active role.

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