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El primero (y segundo) de Rebus: ¡Dos nuevos proyectos de traducción español/inglés!

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Los más recientes proyectos de la Rebus Community están concentrados en la traducción y adaptación local, y son liderados por la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, en Chile. ¡Son los primeros en ser lanzados en nuestra nueva plataforma, Rebus Projects! Dales un vistazo a los proyectos en la plataforma, o sigue leyendo para informarte más.Keep reading “El primero (y segundo) de Rebus: ¡Dos nuevos proyectos de traducción español/inglés!”

A Rebus First (and Second): Two New Spanish/English Translation Projects!

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Rebus Community’s newest projects are focused on translation and localization, and are led by the Catholic University of Valparaíso, Chile. They are the first launched in our new platform, Rebus Projects! Take a look at the projects on the platform, or keep reading to learn more. The Rebus Community is excited to announce its firstKeep reading “A Rebus First (and Second): Two New Spanish/English Translation Projects!”

We’re Hiring: Rebus Foundation Marketing Manager (CLOSED)

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NOTE: This position has now been filled. Thanks for your interest, and keep an eye out for future opportunities at the Rebus Foundation. The Rebus Foundation is a Montreal-based non-profit focused on tech, books, open education and open culture. We are looking for a Marketing Manager, with 3-5 years relevant experience, to start a newKeep reading “We’re Hiring: Rebus Foundation Marketing Manager (CLOSED)”

Behind the Scenes: Reflections on December’s Office Hours (International Perspectives)

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Rebus Community and the Open Textbook Network held an Office Hours session sharing some international perspectives on open textbooks. Keep reading to learn more about the process involved in this unique session. If you missed it, you can still watch the session online or read a full transcript. For December’s Office Hours session, the RebusKeep reading “Behind the Scenes: Reflections on December’s Office Hours (International Perspectives)”

Tim Robbins Presents Open Anthology of American Literature at MLA Convention

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The Open Anthology of Earlier American Literature continues to grow and evolve. Robin DeRosa, professor at Plymouth State University, and her students, who were looking for a cost-savings anthology for their classroom, started the project. Now, with support from the Rebus Community, the book is under the wing of a new lead editor, Timothy Robbins,Keep reading “Tim Robbins Presents Open Anthology of American Literature at MLA Convention”

Literature Reviews For Education & Nursing Graduate Students: Available for Adoption!

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Written by Linda Frederiksen and Sue F. Phelps, Literature Reviews for Education and Nursing Graduate Students teaches students how to prepare better literature reviews that are vital to their research. Read the book for free on the web, or download it in other formats from the book’s homepage! Literature Reviews for Education and Nursing GraduateKeep reading “Literature Reviews For Education & Nursing Graduate Students: Available for Adoption!”

Office Hours Recap and Video: Beta Testing Open Textbooks

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In this month’s session, guests discuss the logistics of beta testing an open textbook, including: strategies to recruit beta testers, mechanisms for collecting and implementing feedback, and marketing this process. If you’re curious about how open textbooks are tested in classrooms, or how and when student and instructor feedback is incorporated, read the recap belowKeep reading “Office Hours Recap and Video: Beta Testing Open Textbooks”

Financial Strategy for Public Managers: Now Available!

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Financial Strategy for Public Managers by Sharon Kioko and Justin Marlowe is the first Rebus-supported open textbook project to be officially released, and is now available for adoption and use in classrooms! This book offers a thorough, applied, and concise introduction to the essential financial concepts and analytical tools that today’s effective public servants needKeep reading “Financial Strategy for Public Managers: Now Available!”

First Open Textbook on North American Archaeology!

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The latest Open Textbook project to join the Rebus Community is the first of its kind in its field. Aptly titled From the Ground Up: An Introduction to North American Archaeology, this book brings together an intergenerational and international team of scholars to shed light on the multiple voices and vibrant diversity within North AmericanKeep reading “First Open Textbook on North American Archaeology!”

Office Hours Recap and Video: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Open Textbooks

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In this Office Hours conversation about diversity, equity, and inclusion in open textbooks, guest speakers and participants identified several aspects of OER that deserve attention and improvement. Read the recap below, or watch the video recording. Office Hours, hosted by The Open Textbook Network and the Rebus Community, is a monthly event in which weKeep reading “Office Hours Recap and Video: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Open Textbooks”

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