By Nina Amir
Remodel Your web publication right into a Book!
The international of running a blog adjustments swiftly, however it is still the most effective how you can percentage your paintings with an keen viewers. in reality, you could purposefully hone your web publication content material right into a uniquely situated book—one that brokers and publishers may want to gather or for you to self-publish successfully.
"How to weblog a e-book Revised and multiplied Edition" is a totally up-to-date consultant to writing and publishing a saleable ebook in accordance with a web publication. professional writer and blogger Nina Amir courses you thru the method of constructing specified web publication content material that raises your probabilities of attracting a writer and maximizing your visibility and authority as an author.
In this revised version you'll locate:
• the most recent details on the best way to manage, keep, and optimize a blog
• Steps for writing a booklet simply utilizing web publication posts
• suggestion for crafting potent, compelling weblog posts
• pointers on gaining visibility and selling your paintings either on-line and off
• present instruments for riding site visitors for your blog
• techniques for monetizing your current weblog content material as a publication or different products
• Profiles of bloggers who got blog-to-book bargains and 4 new "blogged-book" success
Whether you're a professional blogger or have by no means blogged ahead of, "How to web publication a e-book Revised and multiplied Edition" deals a enjoyable, potent technique to write, submit, and advertise your ebook, one publish at a time.
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2006). Issued in 2006, the critiques in the report have been seized upon by postsecondary institutions and organizations alike as they attempt to grapple with the question of what a college or university education should be and do in the twenty-first century United States. A Test of Leadership extended the “crisis” frame used in reports like A Nation at Risk (U. S. ), the 1983 report proclaiming that “‘a rising tide of mediocrity’” in K–12 education was putting America at an economic disadvantage in global competition, to post-secondary education.
Of the nine district-mandated writing assessments that are required over the course of a year, five mimic the ACT Writing Assessment, and the remaining four are literature-based essays that are aligned with the literary units of study for each course for each quarter. (2009, 2) Assessment scholar David Shupe (2008) has defined more clearly the issues surrounding the multiple purposes of and audiences for assessment. First, Shupe identifies four distinct purposes that assessment is expected to serve.
On the other hand, education could be predicated on the idea that progress is achieved through the competition of one individual against another and the amassing of social and intellectual capital. In this case, the stewardly (or humanitarian) approach to education isn’t especially appropriate; instead, education is a private good that presumes individuals have or can be led to cultivate particular abilities, but the goal in honing those abilities is individual advancement. These ideas about “productive citizenship” and the role that education should play in preparing citizens to contribute to the nation’s forward movement, then, constitute the sub-basement of the frames upon which American education is constructed.