Trying to track down a logic...game? Puzzle program? Studying aid type thing. [more inside]
Today, I received a second refund request on my Amazon seller account under the A-to-Z Claims Guarantee. This is for a textbook I sold three months ago on Amazon. Should I accept the request? [more inside]
I'm looking for a Macroeconomics textbook to use for future reference. [more inside]
Today, I received a refund request on my Amazon seller account for a textbook I sold two months ago on Amazon. Should I accept the request? [more inside]
Is there some place I can find cross-reference guides to match up material and problem sets between different editions of the same textbook (specifically math textbooks) ? [more inside]
My seventh grade French textbook had particularly charming illustrations. I don't remember the title of the book or what the cover looked like, but I'd know the illustrations if I saw them. They were mostly, if not entirely, in black-and-white and featured young people doing ordinary things like going to the beach. This textbook was used in about 1989 in a public school in southern New Hampshire. Is there any way of finding out more about it or perhaps buying a copy online? I suppose I could ask the school but I'd rather not.
"Logistics" is not quite the right word, but what are some very good "logistics" textbooks? [more inside]
I'm looking for an essay I read in a textbook. This would've been in the late 90s and it was a middle school Literature textbook. The essay was about writing. I remember that it included a bit about how you can't ask writers about writing for the same reason you can't ask the sea about itself (it will just gurgle at you). It also had a bit about breaking the rules when writing, talking about how writing guides tell you never to open a story with dialogue but then gave an example of a classic novel that opened with dialogue in French. [more inside]
I would like access to a supplemental resource for a textbook that I purchased, for non-school-related use, but only instructors for a course can have access. [more inside]
Help me learn about ecology. [more inside]
Help find this differential equations textbook (or, suggest a good one). [more inside]
Please help me find the critical thinking textbook my grade-school class used in the early eighties. [more inside]
Does anybody have any experiences using Ebooks for graduate level study? In particular Kindle books or books from Coursemart? Making citations?
I'm going to be taking a few graduate courses online while traveling abroad. I need three textbooks. All three are available for the Kindle through Amazon. Only two are available through Coursemart. I bought a tablet with the hopes I could use it for the texts and avoid carrying three more books with me when traveling. I see two potential problems, that being said my question ultimately has two parts: [more inside]
Story-about-orbs filter: in my eighth grade English class, I read a sci-fi story about an extraterrestrial orb that was collecting specimens from Earth. I'd love to find out its author and name (and, optimally, a copy of the story itself on the web.) [more inside]
Does producing and publishing a free "Cliffnotes" type document sound legal? [more inside]
Textbooks or readers on social inequality / exclusion - especially with a global perspective? [more inside]
Looking for a good book on English grammar. [more inside]
What are textbooks actually like on the Kindle? [more inside]
How are American Chemistry textbooks different from international ones? [more inside]
If you could choose one very large, comprehensive book as a "general history of the world from 4000 BC to present", what book would you buy? Bonus points if I can buy it used from Amazon's third-party used booksellers. [more inside]
Help me figure out what computer science book I heard about on the web a while ago. [more inside]
A few years ago I landed on this idea of what I think may really be the perfect fun-and-interesting job for me: a textbook editor. But even more so with social studies content. How do I do it? [more inside]
Miller Puckette's The Theory and Technique of Electronic Music, as a textbook, seems obtuse and unrefined to me. Am I missing something? [more inside]
Last semester, I purchased a few textbooks brand new from Amazon. The deal was an amazing buyback if they were purchased brand new. Was I dreaming?? [more inside]
We're trying to set up a collaboration on a textbook-like document, but we're not sure what formatting system to use. Considering LaTeX, but would appreciate some perspectives on how to make it easy for people to make contributions. [more inside]
Seeking: an excellent ESL textbook, with exercises and answers in the back, plus useful grammar reference, for tutoring an individual adult academic learner. [more inside]
Computer Science Filter: Anyone have any suggestions for a Database text book. I am teaching a course title Database Technology next semester. The previous professor used a textbook that was "MS Access"-heavy. Any suggestions for a textbook that covers Database Technology, meets course description (below) and isn't MS-Dependent? I have no problem using MS Access, just don't want to depend on it. [more inside]
I write textbooks but my publisher wants to switch from copyright being registered in my name, to it being in their name. All over aspects of the contract have stayed the same, and I still grant them exclusive license over the content. Rights to the book still revert to me should the book go out of print. But how important is it that the copyright registration be in my name, in reality?
Are there grammar textbooks at the middle school and high school (or even elementary school) levels that incorporate any of the developments in understanding of English grammar that have been made in the past several decades? [more inside]
Does anyone know if the international edition of "A Concise Introduction to Logic, Tenth Edition" has the same problem sets as the us version? Alternatively, does anyone have the u.s. version who would be willing to compare? Failing those, does anyone know of a resource online where I could find out?
I have a dim memory of a comment by the authors of a science textbook, stating that they had attempted to avoid making any statements that were not entirely true, and describing how difficult this had been. My attempts to find the quotation with Google, the Oxford Dictionary of Scientific Quotations, and Gaither’s Dictionary of Scientific Quotations have all failed. It was probably an undergraduate textbook in physics, chemistry or biology.
Can you recommend a book chapter or article that summarizes the biological and/or psychological perspectives on gender without devolving into straw-man attacks or interdepartmental backbiting? [more inside]
What are some examples or principles of great textbook design and writing? How can I maximize understanding, fun, and learning? [more inside]
Does anyone have any recommendations for textbooks on systems, and to a lesser extent cognitive, neuroscience?
Is there a reason Malvino's Electronic Principles would be considered a bad book? [more inside]
What is the difference between Gilbert Strang's two linear algebra textbooks? [more inside]
What's the most efficient way to write and publish a textbook with a teacher's edition? Using a Mac. [more inside]
Does anyone else remember the textbook I am thinking of from the late 1980's? [more inside]
YANM teacher, YANM parent, but which english textbooks would you recommend for grades K-6? [more inside]
What's the best review/refresher book for high-school level chemistry? [more inside]
I want to eventually publish a high school / college level math textbook, but I have no idea what I'm doing. [more inside]
I am teaching a class next semester called "Implementing Web Services." The book I was given this past year was overpriced, error-filled, and oddly GUI-centric. Help me replace it, please! [more inside]
One of my employees has been accused of theft. Please help me investigate. [more inside]
What's a good academic text/trade book about Jinni? [more inside]
I'm looking for suggestions for books that either general introductions or academic or school texts on topics like the proper design of scientific studies and experiments, the correct use scientific method and critical thinking as related to science and the errors usually associated with these. I'm looking for books that treat these topics with a little more rigor than the average popular science bestseller. Thanks.
Recently, someone described a 10-volume mathematics textbook series to me. The books were written by a single author, an engineer with a name that sounded Greek, and came with full worked solutions to every single problem, making them ideal for self study. Unfortunately, they could not remember its title, and my attempts to find it with Google and Amazon have failed. Has anyone come across this series?
How different are science textbooks edition to edition? [more inside]
Hey, academics: a question about purchasing access to a value-add website for a college textbook. [more inside]
I'm starting up a textbook digitization business on campus which converts physical textbooks into PDFs: Is the legal grey area that this falls into more of a legal deathwish? [more inside]
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