This is a fantastic and free online US history textbook. Great for teachers or general interest readers! https://t.co/fBOChUzcPR
— Kevin M. Kruse (@KevinMKruse) August 6, 2016
I hadn’t looked at the free and open history textbook The American Yawp in a while. Holy cow is it looking good: http://t.co/7SgY8bvhgr — Dan Cohen (@dancohen) March 12, 2015
Excited to use @AmericanYawp for the first time for my HST 202 class @PortlandCC! Happy to have a quality no cost option for students.
— Heather Mayer (@hmayerpdx) April 6, 2017
@heathwcarter one of the things I love about @AmericanYawp textbook is *extensive* section on redlining. First I’ve seen in a survey text. — Aaron Cowan (@aaronbcowan) October 18, 2016
@jgmac1106 @hypothes_is @AmericanYawp it’s just so, so good. My students are engaged in ways I never thought possible. I’m enamored w/ it.
— Justin Cerenzia (@Cerenz) September 14, 2016
For anyone interested in what the future of the American history textbook may hold https://t.co/iwvSM13fZ5 — Jordan M. Reed (@jordanreed14) August 3, 2016
@whitney_nell @JohnFea1 @AmericanYawp I’m using this to write lectures. It’s amazing! — Adina J (@adinatjohnson) September 16, 2016
We have to lower the price of textbooks…
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) February 16, 2016
whoever had the class before me didn’t order a book so we are using @AmericanYawp‘s textbook and reader. sweet sweet #openaccess — melanie (@melanienewport) January 28, 2016
@khkshimabukuro When I do the US survey again in the winter I’ll be using @AmericanYawp. There’s no excuse for $100 textbooks in 2015. — Drew McKevitt (@drewmckevitt) October 26, 2015
I’m excited to use @AmericanYawp for the first time this semester. A wonderful resource that keeps improving. https://t.co/7cXwDMEQJT
— Benjamin Park (@BenjaminEPark) August 18, 2015
Another of my survey students’ comments on @AmericanYawp, this time citing work by @hthompsn on mass incarceration. http://t.co/pBUpxnXfDh — Caleb McDaniel (@wcaleb) May 12, 2015
.@AmericanYawp is a free, open-sourced college txtbk for American History #twitterstorians #digitalhumanities solution to txtbk monopolies?
— Jennie Joyce (@jbjhistory) March 4, 2015
Thanks @Ben_Alpers for drawing attention to @AmericanYawp. A fascinating innovation in US history textbook provision: http://t.co/GzPDnPmknZ — Nick Witham (@ndwitham) March 4, 2015