Textbook and Academic Authors Association Texty
|Industry||Academic Publishing Authors Association|
|Headquarters 🏙️||Fountain City, WI, United States|
Area served 🗺️
|Mike Keedy, Founder; Michael Spinella, Executive Director|
Number of employees
|🌐 Website||TAA Online|
A Textbook Excellence Award ("Texty") from the Textbook and Academic Authors Association recognizes current textbooks and learning materials based on criteria established by the group. Judges are veteran authors in appropriate subject areas. Nominations from eight subject areas are reviewed each year from titles with a current or prior year date of publication. A maximum of one award per category is granted annually. The first year this award was granted was 1992.
Subject areas awarded are:
- Accounting, business and economics
- Communication, education and performing and visual arts
- Computer science and engineering
- Humanities and social sciences
- Languages and literature
- Life sciences
- Math and statistics
- Physical sciences
- Linguatext, Ltd. Award-Winning Texts. Archived 2011-05-19 at the Wayback Machine (Sample award announcement)
- "Textbook Excellence Awards ("Textys").] TAA Awards". Text and Academic Authors Association.
- Eric Schulz's Math Textbook Wins 2011 Textbook Excellence Award. Archived 2011-07-18 at the Wayback Machine Walla Walla Community College. 2011. (Sample, award and ceremony announcement)
- "Università: un libro del professor Guiggiani tra i vincitori del 'Textbook Excellence Award'". PisaToday (in italiano). Retrieved 2021-01-26.
- Textbook and Academic Authors Association Homepage
- "Texty" Textbook Excellence Award Winners (By Year)
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