Fall 2018 Webinar Series

TAA webinar certificate of completionTAA webinars are one-hour live, interactive sessions that connect you to experts discussing a variety of topics designed especially for textbook and academic authors. Members can also access 150+ presentations on demand.

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The Joys and Agony of Co-Authoring: Practical and Legal Tips from Two Author-Lawyers

Date: Thursday, October 11, 3-4 p.m. ET

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Presenters: Karen Morris, Lawyer, Textbook Author; Sten Sliger, Lawyer, Textbook Author

Coauthors Karen Morris, a seasoned author and lawyer, and Sten Sliger, a new author and lawyer, will share best practices for finding, vetting, contracting, and working with coauthors. Learn more

 

 

 


Make "Collaboration" More Than a Buzzword

Date: Tuesday, November 6, 3-4 p.m. ET

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Presenter: Dr. Janet Salmons, author of Learning to Collaborate, Collaborating to Learn: Practical Guidance for Online and Classroom Instruction

Janet SalmonsLearning to CollaborateThe term collaboration is sometimes used casually to describe almost any situation that involves more than one individual. If we define the term as "an interactive process that engages two or more participants who work together to achieve outcomes they could not accomplish independently" (Salmons, in press), then it is clear that more is involved than simply joining forces. How do we decide what kind of interactive process will allow us to achieve outcomes more significant than what we could do on our own? What steps will improve collaborations when some or all of our interaction occurs online? These are questions Dr. Salmons will explore in the context of co-research, co-editor or co-author collaboration. Learn more


You Got This: Marketing Strategies to Build a Signature Platform

Date: Thursday, November 15, 12-1 p.m. ET

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JoNataye PratherPresenter: Dr. JoNataye Prather, Social Work Program Chair, Union Institute and University

This one-hour webinar will empower you with resources to discover your signature brand, provide social media tips and Internet marketing strategies to engage students, and build an audience to publish scholarly content inside and outside the classroom. Get the resources you need to develop a marketing mindset, including:
  • Branding tools and social media secrets to attract followers and build an audience.
  • Internet marketing techniques to engage students and deliver your message to the masses.
  • Technology tips to automate, produce creative materials, stay organized, and deliver consistent content to build your platform. Learn more

Video Creation for Textbook Authors and Instructors

Date: Tuesday, December 11, 1-2 p.m. ET

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Presenter: Sasha Vodnik, Computer Programming Textbook Author

Videos are increasingly integral to the learning process. As a textbook author, you can increase the value of your book for both students and instructors by creating and publishing videos linked to your content. As an instructor, videos you create to supplement your course can help students review and retain material outside the classroom. In this session, we'll survey free tools for recording and production, as well as popular paid alternatives, and we'll examine the tradeoffs. We'll also walk through the steps to record video and audio, put it together, and publish it online. Learn more


2018 Fall Webinars - Watch On Demand

What You Need to Know About Rights Clearance and Permissions

CopyrightYour contract provided by your publisher will probably put the burden of securing permission for the use of third party material solely on you. How much of this is negotiable? What are the possible compromises? And regardless of whether you end up doing it or the publisher does it, under what circumstances do you need permission and how do you best go about getting it? Get answers to these questions from Stephen E. Gillen, a lawyer with more than 40 years of experience in and around the publishing business, and author of the forthcoming book, Guide to Rights Clearance and Permissions in Scholarly, Educational, and Trade Publishing. Watch

 
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