Title: Ancillary Materials for Principles of Social Psychology
Lead Author: Rajiv Jhangiani (Kwantlen Polytechnic University) / @rajiv-jhangiani
Rebus Project Manager(s): Zoe Wake Hyde / @zoe
Target Audience: Undergraduate students
Target Release Date: Fall 2017
This project primarily involves bringing together social psychologists to develop ancillary resources to support Principles of Social Psychology. The book already has large adoptions at UBC, Ohio State, and a few other smaller institutions (including KPU). The ancillaries might include a question bank, powerpoint slides, and an activity manual.
A secondary goal of this community will be to provide (and to peer review) suggestions for updates and improvements to the book itself.
The first International edition of Principles of Social Psychology provides students with an introduction to the basic concepts and principles of social psychology from an interactionist perspective. The presentation of classic studies and theories are balanced with insights from cutting-edge, contemporary research. An emphasis on real world examples and applications is intended to guide students to critically analyze their situations and social interactions in order to put their knowledge to effective use.
We currently need your help with:
- Development of ancillary materials, e.g.:
- Question bank
- Powerpoint slides
- Activity manual
Get involved by joining the discussion below!
As the project progresses, we will need your help with further development & review of associated text.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
If you’re excited by this project, but still not sure where you’d like to get involved, just sign up to the forum, and post below for project updates. Give us an idea of your background, particular area of expertise, and interests. We’ll follow up and make sure we find ways to have you participate!
RECOGNITION FOR CONTRIBUTORS
This project couldn’t happen without your participation. All contributing authors will be credited prominently in their chapter, the book, the metadata and promotional materials. All editors, reviewers and other contributors will also be credited.
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Want to help create ancillary materials for an open social psychology textbook? Find out how to contribute here: http://bit.ly/socpsychmaterials