Quickly review potential new and updated course materials by course number for your curriculum:

“The site is easy to navigate and has a lot of pertinent information available at one location. This is very convenient and a time saver.”

Bonnie Sellers, Louisiana Tech University

About This Free Service

The goal of this site is to improve information flow  between publishers and faculty, and to better inform faculty about potential new and updated course materials to help meet campus bookstore text adoption deadlines.  The service is supported by textbook publishers and provided with cooperation from campus bookstores.

This site allows faculty to more efficiently review recently published and forthcoming new editions and new text publications for their curriculum.  This is done by integrating information from over 20 supporting STEM publishers in one place, and customizing reports for each school’s curriculum by course number.

Once you’ve created a report for your department, simply browse by course number to see new titles and new editions that are similar in content and level to your current or previously adopted course texts.  Each new publication is linked to the publisher’s product information page for that title.  For this update, we are listing new titles and new editions published between January 2020 and December 2020.

This site is not meant to dictate which titles are best suited for any particular course. Only the course instructor(s) can make that determination.  We work closely with publishers to accurately match their titles to similar adopted course texts; however these reports are not perfect.  Please contact me at tom@twmresearch.com if you have questions, comments, or suggestions for improving this service.

Tom McElwee – Founder and President, TWM Research

About TWM Research

Founded in 1994, TWM consults on STEM curriculum trends for the publishing industry as well as academic software companies.  As an objective third party, TWM Research is in a unique position to help improve information flow between publishers and the academic community.  It has provided New Text Publication Reports free of charge to over 400 universities in the US and Canada for over 20 years.