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Book Store Manager 1. Jimmy Grinnell: Highlighted in Campus Project Psychology 1. Professor Sue Spaulding: Highlighted in Campus Project.

2. Dr. Linda Shanock: Highlighted in Campus Project. 3. Dr. Anita Blanchard: Notes that it is important for course text to align with her philosophy, and both usability and value are important to her. (I have more information available from the meeting.) 4. Dr. Paula Goolkasian: Uses a variety of text including e-text. She does like the digital direction that text is going and said it is important for publishers representatives to have strong competence in technology. (I have more information available from the meeting.) English 1. Professor Meghan Rand: Highlighted in the Campus Project. 2. Dr. Ralf Thiede: Evaluations are important but should not drive course design decisions. Text must be relevant, and user friendly. (I have more information available from our meeting.) 3. Dr. Pilar Garcs-Conejos Blitwich: Discussed that the professors at UNCC select their text individually but do discuss what is available. She does not like for sales representatives to be too pushy but does like suggestions. (I have more information available from our meeting.) Sociology 1. Mary McKenzie: She likes a variety of assessment in coursework: quizzes, tests, wiki projects and said that price has to be a consideration in text to a degree. She uses a McGraw Hill Book. (I have more information about our interview available.)

2. Dr. Rosemary Hopcroft: She is the author of the text she uses for her Introduction to Sociology class published by Paradigm but also has multiple text published by other companies such as Wiley. (I have more information about our interview available. World Languages 3. Dr. Anabel Buchenau: Highlighted in Campus Project. 4. Dr. Jose Manuel Battista: He prefers a text that is comprehensive and affordable with a lab component. He said that end of course evaluations always note cost and value so these are always considerations. (I have more information about our interview available.) History 1. Mark Wilson: Highlighted in Campus Project 2. Christine Haynes: She likes a variety of text paired with relevant articles. A trait that she prefers in a publishers rep is customer service and personalized service. (I have more information about our interview available. Anthropology 1. Dr. Janet Levy: Highlighted in Campus Project. 2. Dr. Peta Katz: She uses Moodle as her Course Management Software and said that the text selected for her courses must have relevance to her philosophy. (I have more information about our interview available.) Communications 1. Dr. Lori Gossett: A fan of the digital direction that text is moving in. She prefers a curriculum that has a variety of text such as case studies, videos, and questions that promote critical thinking. (I have more information about our interview available.)