With membership in TAA, you are not alone. You become part of a diverse community of textbook and academic authors with similar interests and goals. We are pleased to announce the addition of 38 new TAA members who joined us in November 2017.
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TAA member Frank M. Carrano is a textbook author in the computer science discipline.
His most recent publications are Data Abstraction & Problem Solving with C++: Walls and Mirrors, 7th edition and Data Structures and Abstractions with Java, 4th edition. He has two other titles that are no longer in print.
TAA member Timothy M. Henry, Associate Professor and IT Graduate Director at the New England Institute of Technology (NEIT), is a textbook author in computer science and information technology with additional experience in the professional ethics discipline.
His most recent publication, co-authored with Sara Baase, is A Gift of Fire: Social, Legal and Ethical Issues for Computing Technology, Fifth Edition (Boston, Pearson Education, 2018). He has published two other books, both co-authored with Frank M Carrano: Data Abstraction and Problem Solving with C++ : Walls and Mirrors, Seventh Edition (Boston. Pearson Education, 2017) and Data Structures and Abstractions with Java, Fourth Edition (Boston. Pearson Education, 2015). The fifth edition of Data Structures and Abstractions with Java is going through page proofs for 2018 publication.
TAA member Joan M. Saslow is an independent author concentrating entirely on authorship of English language teaching materials.
Her most recent publication is Summit: English for Today’s World, coauthored with Allen Ascher and published by Pearson, now in third edition. She’s also published the Top Notch series (coauthored with Allen Ascher) now in its third edition, and the following titles, all of which are multi-level series with multimedia: Teen2Teen (4-level series with Allen Ascher, Oxford University Press) Ready to Go: Language Lifeskills, Civics (4-level series, Pearson) Workplace Plus: Living and Working in English (4-level series, Pearson) Literacy Plus (2-level series, Pearson), and English in Context: Reading Comprehension for Science and Technology (3-level series, Prentice-Hall).