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Rebus Ink Awarded $762,000 from The Mellon Foundation to Support Research Reading Workflows

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The Rebus Foundation is thrilled to announce that we have received new funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for the continued development of Rebus Ink, a tool designed as a centralized hub for researchers in the arts, humanities, and social sciences to work with large sets of written and audiovisual content. Rebus Ink supportsKeep reading “Rebus Ink Awarded $762,000 from The Mellon Foundation to Support Research Reading Workflows”

We’re Hiring! Rebus Ink Business Development Manager

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About Rebus Foundation The Rebus Foundation is a registered charity, established in April of 2016 with the mandate to reimagine the publishing ecosystem based on open principles. Rebus is a mission driven organization with a strong and active commitment to serving the scholarly research and higher education communities in innovative, responsive ways. We are aKeep reading “We’re Hiring! Rebus Ink Business Development Manager”

We’re Hiring! Rebus Ink Product Manager [CLOSED]

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About Rebus Foundation The Rebus Foundation is a registered charity, established in April of 2016 with the mandate to reimagine the publishing ecosystem based on open principles. Rebus is a mission driven organization with a strong and active commitment to serving the scholarly research and higher education communities in innovative, responsive ways. We are aKeep reading “We’re Hiring! Rebus Ink Product Manager [CLOSED]”

The Evolution of Rebus Community’s Licensing Policy

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Since the inception of Rebus, we’ve worked closely with the OER community to ensure that everything we do is informed by the values of the people we support. In addition, we aim to advocate for those values, build them into our tools and processes, and remain responsive to evolving attitudes and ideas as we allKeep reading “The Evolution of Rebus Community’s Licensing Policy”

The (non-profit) business of connecting people through technology

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While we aren’t Facebook (we really, really aren’t), we are in the (non-profit) business of connecting people through technology. That’s not something we take lightly. We understand that the technologies we choose and the platform we create will shape interactions, for better or worse, as much as many other decisions we make.

Accessibility and Digital Content/Creation: Implications for Open Education

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In the Fall of 2017, Rebus Foundation Assistant Director, Zoe Wake Hyde, took part in a roundtable discussion at University of California, focusing on making digital content and creation more accessible for people with disabilities. The gathering was convened by the Authors Alliance, the Silicon Flatirons Center, and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology,Keep reading “Accessibility and Digital Content/Creation: Implications for Open Education”

Power, Publishing, and A Broader Vision for OER

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Open licenses are a hugely powerful tool in education, opening the the door to a whole world of possibility and change. But if we expand our definition and understanding of openness beyond licenses, we potentially have an even more powerful tool to begin addressing systemic inequities in society. As Ethan Senack recently pointed out inKeep reading “Power, Publishing, and A Broader Vision for OER”

Rebus Projects v1.2 Changelog

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It’s that time again! We’re rolling out a new release of Rebus Projects, and once again, it is packed with some exciting new features and improvements. With our beta projects underway, we’ve been gathering great, live feedback from them and can’t thank them enough for their patience and willingness to give it a go. ManyKeep reading “Rebus Projects v1.2 Changelog”

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