AIP Publishing and the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) have announced an expansion of their partnership to include the publication of books. Written by experts, these titles will focus on training and development resources for professionals and physics educators. AIP Publishing will begin publishing its first digital books in August 2020, including five titles co-published with AAPT.
In addition to collaborating with AAPT to publish new titles, AIP Publishing will digitise a backlist of classic texts from AAPT, making them available online in HTML and ePub, and via print-on-demand for the first time. The AAPT Archive collection includes 34 titles originally published in print between 1977 and 2017.
Among the first new titles to be published through this agreement are three titles covering Teaching High School Physics by Carl J. Wenning, Illinois State University, and Rebecca E. Vieyra, University of Maryland, College Park. The set explores the role of educational research as a foundation of good teaching, addresses practical techniques for supporting student learning, and prepares physics teachers to effectively manage their classroom.
AIP Publishing’s new digital books collection is designed to help a wide readership of global research scientists, students, professionals, and educators remain proficient in their area of expertise, while learning about the latest developments and techniques in their fields. The books will be hosted on Scitation.org and fully integrated with the AIP Publishing and AAPT journals portfolio.
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