As I’ve noted, it is time to update the much-downloaded Teach Yourself Logic Study Guide for 2016, and I’ve recently made a start working through the current version. So far, the editorial tinkering has been plentiful but minor as far as content is concerned, and even after quite a bit of thought I’m not yet finding myself inclined to make changes to the main recommendations in the early chapters (though this could alter: I’ve still some possible readings to [re]consider). As for form, I’ve decided to keep the one-big-PDF format, rather than go over to a suite of webpages: but I hope the new version will be just a bit easier to find your way around (even such a simple thing as setting off main recommendations in text boxes makes the Guide look less daunting, more navigable).
But now I ask again: any suggestions for additions, improvements? In particular, are there any sets of freely available online lecture notes (your own or by others!) that are especially good and appropriate for self-study?
To repeat, suggestions from logicians at any stage of their career, whether taking first steps or on their zimmer frame, will be most welcome — either in the comments below, or by email (address at the bottom of my “about” page here).