[Sbse] Publishing question and Renewable Energy Topic
mroyiversen at gmail.com
Sun Apr 11 16:35:28 PDT 2021
SBSE ... I have the same general question as Dorothy Gerring, specific to a
systems-based course textbook on urbanized ecosystems, or cities as
ecosystems. Instead of cobbling together journal articles, book chapters
and an assortment of resources for the past 15 years, I have finally
decided on completing a course module-based eBook myself, using a 'campus
as a lab for sustainability' framework, complete with a digital platform
for assignments, interactive content, and course management tools.
So far, I have been intrigued with Trunity Trubooks, but would like to be
more informed on the appropriate publisher / self-publishing options.
Urban Planner, Architect, Urban Ecologist, LEED AP
Distance Education Subject Matter Expert, Adjunct Instructor
Urban Ecology & Sustainable Planning Masters Program
*UESP 605: Sustainable Design*
Michael Roy Iversen, Urban & Campus Sustainability Consultancy
Oak Park, IL
mroyiversen at gmail.com
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On Sun, Apr 11, 2021 at 4:21 PM Dorothy Gerring <dgerring at pct.edu> wrote:
> Hi SBSE Folks:
> I've been teaching a class on siting, sizing, specifying renewable energy
> systems for about 10 years. The books I've been using have become a bit
> dated (and they don't seem like they are going to be updated) and I was
> thinking of writing one because I can't find anything like what I want.
> My questions:
> 1. Would you find it helpful to have a book that explains basic
> siting, sizing, and specifying of typical renewable energy systems? This
> could be used for a studio class (or a systems class) or for a building
> owner wanting to understand how and why to make their building more
> efficient and if it is a good candidate for renewables.
> 2. What experiences (good and bad) have you had with publishers (such
> as Wiley, McGraw Hill, etc.) and would you recommend one over another?
> As always, thank you for your feedback and lively discussion! It is
> wonderful to have a world-wide community of people who are so enthusiastic
> about teaching and sharing about building science issues.
> *Dorothy Gerring*
> Associate Professor
> Architectural Technology and Sustainable Design
> RA, LEED AP BD+C, CPHC
> Pennsylvania College of Technology
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