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2013 APSA Teaching and Learning Conference and Track Summaries

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In February 2013, APSA celebrated the 10th anniversary of the annual APSA Teaching and Learning Conference. The conference was held in Long Beach, CA, February 8–10, 2013. This year's theme was “Teaching Political Science: Preparing Students for Success” and featured a special 10th anniversary roundtable moderated by John Ishiyama and Pi Sigma Alpha Keynote speaker APSA executive director, Michael Brintnall.

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