RALEIGH, North Carolina, March 3, 1999 -- The director of the Biology Outreach Program at North Carolina State University
, Charles Lytle
, will share the results of a survey of the experiences of a sample of textbook authors, the perceptions of college administrators and senior faculty members of the impact of textbook authorship on careers with his
Text and Academic Authors convention presentation, "Career Implications of Authorship for College Faculty.
report offers insights into the costs and benefits of textbook authorship on the careers of college faculty.
RALEIGH, North Carolina, March 17, 1999 -- Charles Lytle
will offer insights into some of the costs and benefits of textbook authorship on the careers of college faculty during a Text and Academic Authors presentation.
Lytle, director of the Biology Outreach Program at North Carolina State University, surveyed a sample of textbook authors representing several disciplines, college administrators and senior college faculty members on their experiences and perceptions of the impact of textbook authorship on careers.
will share his
findings during the presentation.
As many as 2,745 authors may be involved in the copyright infringement suit, Ryan et al. v. Carl
, which accuses UnCover
, a document retrieval company owned by Carl.