If you have an idea for a new Academic book, the thought of expressing it on paper can initially be somewhat of a daunting experience. At Pearson we firmly believe that the development of any new idea needs to be a collaborative one but in order for us to start discussions with you about how we might actualise your idea, the first step is a well-conceived proposal.
Putting something on paper allows you to really work through your idea and refine it. For example, have you thought through how a lecturer and/or student would use your book in a learning environment? Are the learner outcomes as clear as they could be at this stage? In addition, preparing some sample content will really help you to focus your ideas.
The more information we have, the easier it is for us to make the right decision. If you believe you have worked on your idea enough, submit your proposal below.
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