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Here is a very incomplete list of of classroom adoptions (other than by me), where the book was/is used as the main text or one of the main texts. This is mainly for Volume I, where Volume II was used is explicitly marked (if I know about it).

Department-chosen standard book at:

- Math 0413 and 0420, University of Pittsburgh. Since Summer 2011. The department uses a modified version, see Undergraduate Courses.
- MAT202, St. John's University of Tanzania. Since Fall 2012. See course description.
- Math 201: Introduction to Proofs, Iowa State University. Since Fall 2013. They use this book together with Richard Hammack's Book of Proof.
- MATH 323, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Since Fall 2018.

Online courses using the book:

- MIT OpenCourseWare Math 18.100A, Fall 2020, Prof. Casey Rodriguez. See the lectures on YouTube.
- The Saylor Foundation used the book for their Math 241 course, but that is no longer available.

Specific class use (very incomplete list):

- Prof. Jana Marikova, Western Illinois University, Spring 2010.
- Prof. Glen Pugh, Vancouver Island University, Math 370, Fall 2010.
- Prof. Frank Beatrous, University of Pittsburgh, Math 0420, Summer 2011. (standard book for Math 0413 and 0420)
- Prof. Justin Peters, Iowa State University, Math 414, Fall 2011.
- Prof. George Sparling, University of Pittsburgh, Math 0413, Spring 2012 (using the modified Pittsburgh version as above).
- Prof. Paul Brock, San Diego State University, Math 534A, Summer 2012.
- Prof. Bart Van Steirteghem, Medgar Evers College, CUNY, Math 311, Fall 2012.
- Prof. John M. Ham, St. John's University of Tanzania, MAT202, Fall 2012, Spring 2013.
- Prof. Gregg Waterman, Oregon Institute of Technology, Math 311, Winter 2013.
- Prof. James Wilson, Iowa State University, Math 414, Spring 2013.
- Prof. George Jennings, California State University Dominguez Hills, MAT 401 and MAT 403, Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2013.
- Prof. Joseph Johnson, Mary Baldwin College, Math 398, Fall 2013.
- Prof. Terrance Pendelton, Iowa State University, Math 414, Spring 2014.
- Profs. Evangeline P. Bautista and Debbie Verzosa, Ateneo De Manila University, Math 171, Fall 2014 (modified version).
- Prof. Tim Alderson, University of New Brunswick Saint John, Math 3713, Fall 2014.
- Prof. Kristopher Lee, Iowa State University, Math 414, Fall 2014.
- Prof. Bernard Lidický, Iowa State University, Math 201, Spring 2015.
- Prof. Jim Brandt, Southern Utah University, Math 4400, Fall 2015.
- Prof. Sonmez Sahutoglu, University of Toledo, Math 4820, Fall 2012, 2015, Math 4830, Spring 2013, 2016.
- Prof. Francesco Strazzullo, Reinhardt University, MAT 410, Fall 2016.
- Prof. Wiktor Mogilski, Binghamton University, MATH478, Fall 2016.
- Prof. Andrew Greene, Manhattan College, Math 387, Spring 2016, Spring 2017.
- Prof. Anton Petrunin, Pennsylvania State University, MATH 312, Spring 2017.
- Prof. Faruk Uçar, Marmara University, Istanbul-Turkey, Analysis I and Analysis II, Spring 2017.
- Prof. Keith De'Bell, St. Francis Xavier University, MATH 366, Fall 2017.
- Prof. Mark Meilstrup, Southern Utah University, Math 4400, Fall 2017.
- Prof. Zsolt Pajor-Gyulai, New York University, MATH-UA 0325.001, Fall 2017.
- Prof. Marcus Tressl, University of Manchester, Math 20111, 2017/2018 Semester 1.
- Prof. Costel Ionita, Dixie State University, Math 3210, Spring 2018.
- Prof. Matthew Zabka, Southwest Minnesota State University, Math 450, Spring 2018.
- Prof. Atilla Yılmaz, New York University, MATH-UA.0325, Spring 2018.
- Prof. Paul Vojta, University of California at Berkeley, Math 104, Fall 2011, Spring 2018.
- Prof. Vlad Vicol, New York University, MATH-UA.0325, Fall 2018.
- Prof. Tetyana Malysheva, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, MATH 323, Fall 2018.
- Prof. Kenneth Kubota, University of Kentucky, Math 432, Fall 2018.
- Prof. Charles Delman, Eastern Illinois University, MAT 4860, Fall 2018.
- Prof. Arthur Busch, University of Dayton, MTH 330, Fall 2018.
- Prof. Neil McKay, Mount Allison University, Math 3111, Fall 2018.
- Prof. Thomas Mahoney, Emporia State University, MA735, Spring 2019.
- Prof. Paul Sacks, Iowa State University, Math 201, Spring 2016, Math 415, Spring 2018, Math 414, Fall 2019.
- Prof. Lisa Oberbroeckling, Loyola University Maryland, MA421 Analysis I, Fall 2015, Fall 2016, Fall 2018, Fall 2019.
- Prof. Jeffrey McGowan, Central Connecticut State University, MATH 377, Spring 2019, Fall 2019.
- Prof. Abdulkadir Hassen, Rowan University, MATH 01361, Fall 2019.
- Prof. Scott Armstrong, New York University, MATH-UA.0325, Fall 2019.
- Prof. Mehmet Celik, Texas A&M University - Commerce, Real Analysis I and II, Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 and again in Fall 2019 and Spring 2020, using both Volume I and II.
- Prof. Micah Fogel, Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, MAT445, Spring 2020.
- Prof. Lisa Oberbroeckling, Loyola University Maryland, MA422 Analysis II, Spring 2020.
- Prof. Joe Skufca, Clarkson University, MA322, Spring 2020, using both Volume I and II.
- Prof. Andrew Lawrie, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 18.100A, Spring 2020.
- Prof. Christos Mantoulidis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 18.100P, Spring 2020.
- Prof. Marko Budišić, Clarkson University, MA321, Fall 2019, Fall 2020.
- Prof. Thomas Cook, Pfeiffer University, MATH 503, Fall 2020.
- Prof. Heather Macbeth, Fordham University, Math 3003, Fall 2020.
- Prof. Matthias Weber, Indiana University, M413, Fall 2020.
- Prof. Jake Fillman, Texas State University, MATH 3380, Fall 2020.
- Prof. Robert Niemeyer, Metropolitan State University of Denver, MTH 4410, Fall 2020.
- Prof. Casey Rodriguez, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 18.100A, Fall 2020.
- Prof. Manuele Santoprete, Wilfrid Laurier University, MA250, Winter 2021.
- Prof. Aaron Yeager, College of Coastal Georgia, MATH 4022, Spring 2021, uses Volume II.
- Prof. Amanullah Nabavi, Bamyan University (Afghanistan), Spring 2021 (local Persian translation).
- Prof. Branimir Ćaćić, University of New Brunswick, MATH 3113, Spring 2021.
- Prof. Neil McKay, University of New Brunswick Saint John, Math 3713, Winter 2021.
- Prof. Ravindra Girivaru, University of Missouri-St. Louis, MATH 4100, Fall 2020, Spring 2021.
- Prof. Michael DiPasquale, Colorado State University, MATH 317, Spring 2021.
- Prof. Norman Cao, New York University, MATH 325.010, Spring 2021.
- Prof. Michael Anshelevich, Texas A&M University, Math 409, Spring 2021, Fall 2021.
- Prof. Patti Anderson, Southern Adventist University, MATH 410, Fall 2021.
- Prof. Alex Bearden, University of Texas at Tyler, MATH 3345, Fall 2021.
- Prof. Jacob Bernstein, John Hopkins University, MATH 405, Fall 2019, Fall 2021.
- Prof. Jonathan D.H. Smith, Iowa State University, Math 201, Fall 2017, S'18, F'18, S'19, F'20, S'21, F'21, S'22.
- Prof. Bryan Mosher, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, MATH 3283W (used for the second half of the course), Spring 2022.
- Prof. Walden Freedman, Humboldt State University, MATH 316, Spring 2022.
- Prof. Qin Deng, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 18.100P, Spring 2022.
- Prof. Estela Gavosto, University of California, Riverside, Math 151A and 151B, Fall 2020 and Winter 2021, Fall 2022 and Winter 2023, using both Volume I and II.
- Prof. Varvara Shepelska, University of Manitoba, MATH 2080, Fall 2022.
- Prof. Bingyan Liu, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, MATH 3372, Fall 2022.
- Prof. Andrew J. Hoffman, Huntington University, MA 431, Fall 2018, 2020, 2022.
- Prof. Harold P. Boas, Texas A&M University, Math 409, Spring 2018, Fall 2022.
- Paige Dote, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 18.S097, Independent Activities Period 2022 and 2023.
- Prof. Wai Yan Pong, California State University Dominguez Hills, MAT 401, Fall 2021, Fall 2022, MAT 403, Spring 2022, Spring 2023.
- Prof. Jason Vermette, Missouri Baptist University, MATH 453A/553A, Spring 2023.

Nowadays with many courses not having webpages (and using some course management software) it is hard for me to find this information by googling every once in a while, so please let me know. For a free textbook, it is good to have a "list of references" in lieu of a large publisher being behind the book.

Let me know () if you have used or are using the book.