Steve Greenlaw has been teaching economics for more than 35 years. In 1999, he received the Grellet C. Simpson Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching at the University of Mary Washington. He is the author of Doing Economics: A Guide to Doing and Understanding Economic Research, as well as a variety of articles on economics pedagogy and instructional technology, published in the Journal of Economic Education, the International Review of Economic Education, and other outlets. He wrote the module on Quantitative Writing for Starting Point: Teaching and Learning Economics, the web portal on best practices in teaching economics. He is the principle content expert for OpenStax’s Principles of Economics. He has also been the primary subject matter expert on Waymaker: Principles of Economics, an adaptive learning platform funded by the Gates Foundation Next Generation Courseware Challenge.
Steve Greenlaw’s current research interest is assessing efficacy of open textbooks and digital courseware.