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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Silverman, Franklin H., 1933-
Authoring books and materials for students, academics, and professionals.
Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 1998
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Franklin H Silverman
|ISBN:||0275961591 9780275961596 0275961605 9780275961602|
|Description:||x, 161 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Qualifications Necessary for Authoring a Textbook or Other Academic or Professional Book or Material --
Potential Benefits and Losses: Financial and Other --
Choosing a Publisher --
Negotiating a Publishing Contract and a Joint Collaboration Agreement --
Doing the Project --
How Textbooks and Other Educational and Professional Books and Materials Are Marketed --
Tax and Other Business Implications of Authorship --
A Representative Book Proposal --
A Representative Joint Collaboration Agreement --
Textbook Features That College Students Do and Don't Find Helpful --
Standard Proof Correction Notation --
Common Characteristics of Best-Selling Textbooks.
|Responsibility:||Franklin H. Silverman.|
"This book is targeted for the many teachers and other professionals who are thinking about writing an academic book. [It] can also be of great value to experienced authors, particularly those who