Author: Leigh Kinch-Pedrosa

Reports: Translating the Digital Citizenship Toolkit

Learning Rebus Community

This is the fourth in a series of reports filed by Donna Langille, a practicum student who joined us for the spring of 2019. We’ll be releasing each chapter as a blog post weekly. Find the complete text at Rebus Community Reports. Found in Translation Werner Westermann’s travels through culture, community, and citizenship As anyone whoKeep reading “Reports: Translating the Digital Citizenship Toolkit”

Reports: Antología Abierta de Literatura Hispana

Learning Rebus Community

This is the third in a series of reports filed by Donna Langille, a practicum student who joined us for the spring of 2019. We’ll be releasing each chapter as a blog post weekly. Find the complete text at Rebus Community Reports. Antología abierta de literatura hispana is an anthology of Spanish literary texts edited byKeep reading “Reports: Antología Abierta de Literatura Hispana”

Paying OER Contributors (Office Hours Summary)

Learning Rebus Community

“Money, Money, Money: Paying OER Contributors,” a co-presentation with Open Textbook Network featured three people who have been able to pay OER contributors at their institutions. The process and sources of funding OER creation projects was discussed. This month, we were joined by Karen Pikula (Minnesota State OER Faculty Development Coordinator); Dawn Lowe-Wincentsen (Director ofKeep reading “Paying OER Contributors (Office Hours Summary)”

Reports: Introduction to Philosophy

Learning Rebus Community

This is the second in a series of reports filed by Donna Langille, a practicum student who joined us for the spring of 2019. We’ll be releasing each chapter as a blog post weekly. Find the complete text at Rebus Community Reports. Introduction to Philosophy is a nine-book series lead by Christina Hedricks. Read the firstKeep reading “Reports: Introduction to Philosophy”

Reports: Media Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Learning Rebus Community

This is the first in a series of reports filed by Donna Langille, a practicum student who joined us for the spring of 2019. We’ll be releasing each chapter as a blog post weekly. Find the complete text at Rebus Community Reports. Read Media Innovation & Entrepreneurship edited by Michelle Ferrier & Elizabeth Mays AnKeep reading “Reports: Media Innovation & Entrepreneurship”

Starting an Open Textbook (Office Hours Summary)

Learning Rebus Community

“Starting an Open Textbook,” a co-presentation with Open Textbook Network, featured team leads from a variety of open textbook projects. They spoke about the challenges they’ve overcome and the successes they’ve achieved. By learning from their experience, we can improve workflows for open textbook development in the future.  This month, we were joined by KarenKeep reading “Starting an Open Textbook (Office Hours Summary)”

Adapting OER for your Unique Context (Office Hours Summary)

Learning Rebus Community

“Adapting OER for your Unique Context,” a co-presentation with the Open Textbook Network, taught us a lot about the wealth of possibilities for adaptation that OER presents, and the different methods of achieving those adaptation dreams. Our guests told us stories of creating an open textbook that is easily adaptable and of adapting an openKeep reading “Adapting OER for your Unique Context (Office Hours Summary)”

More than a Button: Getting Open Textbooks into Print. (Office Hours Summary)

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More than a Button: Getting Open Textbooks into Print, a co-presentation with Open Textbook Network (OTN), was a great success! Guests spoke from a variety of perspectives, helping us learn more about print-on-demand (PoD) services for open textbooks. PoD sounds straightforward enough, but as we got deeper into the topic we discovered so many complications—fromKeep reading “More than a Button: Getting Open Textbooks into Print. (Office Hours Summary)”

How personal storytelling pops canonical bubbles

OER philosophy

I’m new to Rebus and I’m new to the OER community. To be honest, before I interviewed for my current position, I didn’t know what “open” meant. But throughout the interview process it became clear to me that I was already expressing open values without saying the word open. When I studied English Literature inKeep reading “How personal storytelling pops canonical bubbles”

Open Ed Week 2019

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We have been deeply engaged in the development of the Rebus Community platform and in writing the documentation that accompanies it, and we’re very excited for the opportunity to share that work as part of Open Ed Week 2019. Join us in celebrating OER from March 4th to 8th—a great chance to meet new people,Keep reading “Open Ed Week 2019”

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