Network with the TAA authoring community, build your knowledge, and expand your publishing opportunities!
Keynote Presentation Education, Pirates and the Expanding Universe, by Bruce M. Spatz, vice president of strategic development for Global Education at John Wiley & Sons
Two 2-hour Workshops: Contracts: The Seven Special Clauses Every Textbook Author Must Know, by Michael Lennie, an attorney with Lennie Literary & Author's Attorneys
Using a Journal for Research & Writing, by Dannelle Stevens and Joanne Cooper, authors of Journal Keeping: How to Use Reflective Writing for Learning, Teaching, Professional Insight and Positive Change.
Sessions: Tips for Writing Successful Grant Proposals
Translating Classroom Teaching to Textbook Pedagogy: The Sine Qua Non of Good Textbook Writing
The POWER of Writing
Challenges of Copyright in the Digital Age
Selecting a Successor to Write the Next Editions
A New Textbook Model & the Power of Personalization
It’s Focus Management, Not Time Management: Strategies and Habits that Lead to Productive Writing
The Digital Book Report 2013
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Attendees will also have the opportunity to participate in ten different roundtable discussions, meet one-on-one in mentoring sessions with a veteran author or an authoring attorney, and to take advantage of several networking opportunities, including an evening Networking Reception and a group trip to the Reno Aces Ballpark.
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