If you're a faculty member, we'd like to get your input on ways to improve our educator's section.
What were you looking for on the Press's website?
Desk or examination copy ordering information
Books that would be good texts for my classes
Permission to use materials for my class
Did you find what you needed?
On our educators' page, we link to subject pages with suggested titles for courses. (sample) How useful do you find these pages?
They're very useful.
They're useful, but I'd like them to provide more information. In particular, this information:
I don't find them especially useful, because:
I prefer to browse the general subject pages for my areas of teaching; often books I'd use for a class aren't listed on the suggested text lists.
I don't use publishers' websites to find new course texts.
What resources do you most often use to find new texts for your classes?
Print catalogs from publishers
Course adoption letters from publishers
Publisher email announcement lists
Scholarly society websites
Scholarly society email announcements
Publishers' booths at scholarly exhibits
Reviews in scholarly journals
Ads in scholarly journals
Advice from other faculty in my department
Advice from campus librarian
General word of mouth
What else would you find useful in a scholar's resource section of a publisher's website?
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