Each year many books applicable to advising are published; no one advisor can read them all, yet each book may contain information vital to the advisor's professional development. Book reviews are one way members can share their reading experiences with others. This writing experience also provides an entry point for new authors that may want to work up to submissions to our blog, Academic Advising Today or the NACADA Journal later in their publishing career.
How does it work?
Publishers send the Executive Office books of interest to advisors. These books are made available to current members, free of charge, in exchange for a review. The member writes up a brief review and relates the content of the book to the advising profession or their work with students. Reviewers must be current members and there is a limit of one review per year. Completed reviews are copy edited to conform with APA style and posted here.
There are currently no review copies available. However, propose a book from your collection or from your institution's library to review that you feel could be applied to academic advising. Email us with your proposal by including the title, author, and a brief description of why you think it may be valuable to advisors.
Review process and guidelines
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