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   CONSIDERED articles   –   in no particular order   
  1. 5587-5j Developmental Mentoring: Connecting the Dots by Joyce W. Fields, Columbia College, SC, et al...
  2. 5465-4z Using Technology to Detect Plagiarism by Edward J. Lazaros, Ball State University, et al...
  3. 5533-4z Writing-Intensive Chemistry and the Arts by Derek A. Bruzewicz, Queensborough Community College, NY
  4. 5537-5v Overcoming Challenges in Distance Education by Stephanie Smith Budhai, Neumann University
  5. 5526-4z The Paperless Writing Center: The Effective Paradox Abstract by Christopher W. Thurley, Gaston College, NC
  6. 5517-4z Pearls of Wisdom for Beginning Teachers by Denise McDonald, University of Houston – Clear Lake
  7. 5460-4l Promoting Effective Teaching by Samuel Cotton, Ball Statue University, IN, et al...
  8. 5458-4l How to Succeed with Asynchronous Online Delivery by Edward J. Lazaros, Ball State University, IN, et al....
  9. 5516-5v Learning Metacognition with Exam Wrappers by Janet L. Kourik, Webster University, MO
  10. 5502-4j Reading Strategies for Secondary Science Teachers by Deidra Spencer & Jana Bouwma-Gearhart, Oregon State University, OR
  11. 5459-4l How to use Cognitive Psychology when Testing by Cameron Davidson & Edward J. Lazaros, Ball State University, IN
  12. 5433-4v Teaching Corpus Linguistics in Freiburg, Germany by Irina Martynova, Chuvash State Pedagogical University, Russia
  13. 5350-3z Essentials of a Public Library Marketing Plan by Marwin Britto, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
  14. 5414-4v Ways To Protect Students From Online Predators by Timothy Baghurst, Oklahoma State University, et all...
  15. 5395-3z Using Reflective Exercises in Tutor Training by Peggy Johnson, Saint Mary’s University, MN
  16. 5406-3z Don’t Knock the Hustle: HBCU Writing Center Life by Karen Keaton Jackson, North Carolina Central University
  17. 5397-3z Staying Rogue: On (Not) Having Tenure-line Status by Crystal L. Mueller, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
  18. 5353-3j Authentic and Collaborative Writing Strategies by Brianna Strahler, Butler Area School District, PA
  19. 5347-3j Effective Online Search and Evaluation Strategies by Marwin Britto, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
  20. 5326-3j The Use of Wikis in Online Education by Edward J. Lazaros & Cameron Davidson, Ball State University, IN
  21. 5312-3l Teacher Commentary Via Speech Recognition by W. Keith Duffy, The Pennsylvania State University
  22. 5310-3j Encouraging Respect and Acceptance of Differences by Edward J. Lazaros & Cameron Davidson, Ball State University, IN
  23. 5314-3l Teaching Evolution through Opposing Viewpoints by Nelson Nunez Rodriguez, Hostos Community College, NY, et al...
  24. 5210-3v Dealing with the Label: I Am/Am Not a Feminist by Michelle Napierski-Prancl, Russell Sage College, NY
  25. 5293-3v Teaching Strategies and Value for STEM Courses by Virginia Gravina, Oklahoma State University, et al...
  26. 5241-2z Lesson Study: Collaboration for Improving Teaching by Tamara Sniad, Temple University, PA
  27. 5187-2z Writing Center Training through Triangulation by Bonnie Devet, College of Charleston, SC
  28. 5101-2l A Process for Student Focused Course Improvement by Gertrude P. Pannirselvam, Southern Illinois University
  29. 5153-2j Creative Problem Solving in Technical Writing by Yuejiao Zhang, University of Texas-Arlington
  30. 5103-2l Transforming Students through Service Abroad by Rebecca H. Pisano, Towson University, MD
  31. 4981-2l Elevating Emotions in the Classroom by Daniel F. Shapiro, California State University, Monterey Bay
  32. 5058-2v Leadership on Committees in Higher Education by Marilyn Koeller , National University, CA
  33. 4979-1z Exploring the Role of Translation in SLA by Emilia Di Martino & Bruna Di Sabato, Università Suor Orsola Benincasa, Italia
  34. 4876-1j Teaching a Large-Scale Database Course by David L. Buckner & Patricia Lamphere Jordan, Oklahoma State University, OK
  35. 5019-1z Information Literacy in Art History by Rhonda L. Reymond & Beth Royall, West Virginia University
  36. 5009-1z Blogging in a Health Communication Class by Roxanne Parrott, Penn State University, Pennsylvania
  37. more coming.....

Inclusion criteria for Sound Instruction books
    The primary criteria for selection are
  • topic relevance: Improving Student Outcomes
  • anticipated level of interest and impact e.g., more than one of the following:
    • demonstrates a useful practice that teachers from all disciplines would benefit from
    • describes classroom attitudes and behaviors from various perspectives
    • formulates a novel and interesting idea that appears to be a very effective teaching tool
    • illustrates ideas that can be applied to other disciplines and courses
    • offers succinct and clear style, enjoyable to read
    • provides exposition and explicating both sides of the issue
    • motivates teachers to rethink how they communicate directions and expectations
    • exemplifies current scholarly trends
    • deals with a significant, vital issue in education
    • adds to our knowledge of the challenges in helping ‘behind the times’ faculty
    • makes a significant original contribution to the field
    • contains elements which have general application
    • presents an innovative approach toward dealing with significant teaching issues
  • The above examples, in no particular order, are from AEQ reviewers' recommendations.
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