How to Contribute to TΦ101

TΦ101 was originally intended to be a clearinghouse of information from many sources and we encouraged others in the field to send us comments, reactions, and especially materials and approaches that have been successful in your own classes. Since 2013, however, the staff of TP101 has been diverted to other projects.  If you have something of vital interest, you are welcome to send it to us.  However, we are not actively soliciting new material and, at any rate, we cannot promise to post things that we receive. In any event,  all decisions about what to include are at the sole discretion of the director.  There are a few guidelines for submission:


  • All materials will be covered under the Attribution-Share Alike License. This license is similar to open-source software licenses. It allows others to copy, share, remix, tweak, and build upon your work (even for commercial purposes), as long as they credit the author and license their new creations under the identical terms. See the license itself for precise details.

  • We will list your name as the author of the material and your institutional affiliation.  If you wish, we can also include and a link to your e-mail address and your homepage.

  • As a general policy, we prefer not to link to external websites. We prefer to receive a Word or PDF file. If you must send us a website, can you please send us some assurances that you will continue to maintain the website for the indefinite future.

  • We regard inclusion on TΦ101 as a form of publication and service to the community, so we encourage authors whose work is published to include this on their resumes and formal evaluation materials.


Once again, we encourage you to send us your comments, reactions, and any materials that you think might be helpful.

Author: John Immerwahr
Update: June 12, 2013