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The most useful textbook & academic posts of the week: September 21, 2018

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It's hard to find a common theme among this week's collection of articles and posts from around the web, but serendipity seems to call upon a relevance to each week's "Monday motivation" quote (shared across TAA's social media channels) on the collection of articles that follow in the coming days, and this week the theme that emerges seems to be on expanding ideas. Enlarge your mindset. Think bigger! As perhaps the exception in our list, one of the articles focuses on reduction of content, however the larger goal of the post seems to be on expanding opportunity through successful funding applications as a result of the space saving tips it shares. Also making the list this week are ways to expand our thoughts about writing and revision; to expand our identity through self-identification of our roles and critical and creative thinking; to expand our reach through textbook authoring, open access, and conversion of doctoral work into books; and even a call for contributors to expand their impact through a meta-project focused on the UN's sustainable development goals. Wherever your writing projects lead you this week, keep in mind the words of V.S. Pritchett who said, "Writing enlarges the landscape of the mind." Happy writing!

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