The Who: Finding key sources in the existing literature

The Who: Finding key sources in the existing literatureSo far in this series we have examined how to define a research project – The What, how to construct an effective writing environment – The Where, and what it takes to set realistic timeframes for your research – The When. In this article, we will explore The Who: Finding key sources in the existing literature. [Read more…]

TAA Executive Director’s Message

 “Only connect!” ­–E.M. Forster from Howard’s End

Michael Spinella

Michael Spinella

As I sat down to write this column about networking opportunities at TAA, this marvelous two-word sermon from Howard’s End came to mind. Alas, the timing of that great novel (1910) precludes any attempt to read the quote as an aphorism aimed at the digital age, urging us to hone our networking skills! Making matters worse, Forster (or rather, the character in his novel) wasn’t even talking about connecting with other people, but about connecting “the prose and the passion” contained within each of us to make a whole person. [Read more…]

TAA launches new website and online member community

TAA website

TAA announces the launch of its new website, featuring an updated look and improved navigation, making it easier to locate resources quickly and easily.

The new website, still available at www.TAAonline.net, introduces some exciting new features:

  • A searchable Member Directory that will allow members to connect with other members based on interests, publisher, location, and more.
  • An online member community where members can exchange ideas, ask questions and share their expertise. [Read more…]