For all of you who teach the U.S. presidency, I'm pleased to call your
attention to a new source of ideas and information. PRG REPORT, the
newsletter of the APSA's Organized Section on Presidency Research has added a regular feature, Teaching the Presidency. The Fall 2000 issue carried articles by John Woolley (email@example.com) on "Using the Web in Teaching the Presidency" and by Chuck Walcott (firstname.lastname@example.org) on his Presidential Advising Simulation. Under the editorship of Tom Langston (email@example.com) of Tulane University, the PRG REPORT will regularly carry such features.
The REPORT is available to institutional subscribers and individual members of the Presidency Research section. Very soon, too, past issues of the REPORT will be archived at www.tulane.edu/~polisci. In the meantime, both John Woolley and Chuck Walcott have graciously agreed to respond to inquiries about their articles.
Professor of Political Science, Virginia Tech firstname.lastname@example.org
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