Spread the Word: Free November Access to Academic Questions

Ashley Thorne

Thanks to a promotion from our publisher Springer, the NAS’s journal Academic Questions is free online from now until November 30. AQ is being featured among Springer’s most popular and prestigious education journals. No registration or membership is necessary—you can browse, print, read, and share unlimited articles all November long.

This is the perfect time to recommend AQ to your colleagues, friends, and family members. You can share the opportunity with your contacts on Facebook and Twitter:

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While this promotion lasts a month, subscription to Academic Questions is included in NAS membership. So if you like what you’re reading but aren’t a member yet, please join us—and have every future issue of Academic Questions delivered to your door.

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Many articles from the forthcoming December issue (Vol. 23, no. 4) are already online, and these are our most recent issues:

Volume 23
Number 3 / September 2010: Good Ideas, Bad Ideas
Number 2 / June 2010: Campus Culture
Number 1 / March 2010: Sustainability

Volume 22
Number 4 / December 2009: Academic Revisionism
Number 3 / September 2009: The Dead, the Dying, and the Not Feeling Too Well: Case Studies in Academic Malady
Number 2 / June 2009
Number 1 / March 2009: Liberal Education and the Family

You may also browse these and all other issues in the Springer website in the box on the left side, “Contemporary Content.” Enjoy!

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