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Q&A: Tips on receiving feedback from students when you’re not teaching

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Q: "How do you get feedback from students about your book when you are not teaching?" A: Karen Timberlake, author of Basic Chemistry, winner of a 2006 Texty Award: "Use a focus group. Bring in students (from a local school using your book) for an afternoon and ask them questions about it." A: Marilyn "Winkie" Fordney, author of textbooks on insurance billing and medical transcription: "I created a questionnaire and gave it to faculty using my book, asking them to have their students fill it out."

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