How to Describe a Course in an Interview, For Realz! We Mean It! By Karen Kelsky | February 7, 2020 Here is the link to my book. Find the pertinent info on describing a course on page 208-210. Here is the blog post link, How to Describe a Course Similar Posts:When I Say to Memorize, What Do I Mean? Breaking Down the Fit Question How To Write a Journal Article Submission Cover Letter The Art of the Cover Letter is Live! Introducing: The Art of the Cover Letter
This is great. Thank you for posting.
One question: It is important to me that textbooks I use are not too expensive, for the sake of students’ finances. I feel that no textbook is a sacred text of Ultimate Importance, so if Nelson’s book costs $150 and Miller’s $50, well, bye Nelson.
Would it be OK to state this in an interview? With a specific rationale why, and how I deal with stuff that might be better explained in Nelson’s book.
My field is social anthropology.
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