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August Office Hours Recap & Video: Metadata for Open Textbooks

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Are you an author, librarian, or staff member creating or using Open Textbooks at your institution? Learn more about the metadata that helps make these books discoverable in this month’s Office Hours session! Scroll down to read a recap, or watch the video recording. This month’s Office Hours event, hosted by the Open Textbook NetworkKeep reading “August Office Hours Recap & Video: Metadata for Open Textbooks”

Four New Part Editors for Introduction to Philosophy!

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We’d like to welcome Dr. Benjamin Martin, Dr. Beau Branson, Dr. Douglas Giles, and Dr. Heather Salazar as part editors on this open textbook. Would you like to get involved as an editor or chapter author? Join the project on the Rebus Community Forum. It’s been almost a year since Christina Hendricks at the UniversityKeep reading “Four New Part Editors for Introduction to Philosophy!”

A New Era of Student-Created Anthologies: Antología abierta de literatura hispánica!

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Are you a professor of Hispanic literature? We need you and your students to help us expand the Antología abierta de literatura hispánica! We’re looking for instructors to run a critical edition assignment in their classrooms (with support) and submit the results to the second edition of the anthology. If you’re interested, head to theKeep reading “A New Era of Student-Created Anthologies: Antología abierta de literatura hispánica!”

July Office Hours Recap & Video: Updating Open Textbooks

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Are you an instructor, staff member, or librarian using Open Textbooks at your institution? Do you want to know how you can keep this resource updated over the years? This month’s Office Hours session on keeping open textbooks relevant will help you do just that! Watch the video recording, or read a recap. During thisKeep reading “July Office Hours Recap & Video: Updating Open Textbooks”

New Modular Open Textbook on Introductory Human Geography in Development!

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Are you a Canadian geographer looking for an alternative to the traditional human geography textbook? Help us build one! We’re looking for contributors to write chapters for an Introductory Human Geography Open Textbook, and you could help! Read more about the project below, then head here to participate. The latest project to join the RebusKeep reading “New Modular Open Textbook on Introductory Human Geography in Development!”

Office Hours Recap & Video: Accessibility in Open Textbooks

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Are you a professor, librarian, or staff member looking for ways to prioritize accessibility in OER? This month’s Office Hours session on best practices for accessibility in open textbooks will help you do just that! Watch the video recording, or read a recap. Accessibility in Open Textbooks was the subject of this month’s Office Hours,Keep reading “Office Hours Recap & Video: Accessibility in Open Textbooks”

Found: A Lead Editor for The Open Anthology of Earlier American Literature

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We are pleased to announce that The Open Anthology of Earlier American Literature has a new lead editor. Timothy Robbins, an assistant professor of English at Graceland University, has joined the project and will be leading the charge to expand the range of texts covered in the anthology. This second edition will continue the workKeep reading “Found: A Lead Editor for The Open Anthology of Earlier American Literature”

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