Ancillary materials are often tipping point for open textbook adopters.
At Rebus Community we will be supporting a new, collaborative way of creating not only open textbooks but also ancillaries, and eventually, test banks and similar components.
The book already has large adoptions at UBC, Ohio State, and a few other smaller institutions (including KPU). Our goal is to develop ancillary materials that will enable even more students and faculty to benefit from this great open textbook.
The first materials we hope to compile are 12 decks of CC BY-licensed powerpoint slides, one for each chapter of the book.
If you’ve already adopted, we hope you’ll chip in a little–the materials will benefit not just you but the community of faculty using the book. And you may be able to adapt resources you’ve already built to benefit the broader community of your colleagues in the social psychology discipline.
If you’re interested in claiming a slide deck, join the Rebus Community Forum and reply to the project post.