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Release Announcement: Introduction to Logic

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I am delighted to announce the release of the third book in the Introduction to Philosophy open textbook series: Introduction to Logic, edited by Ben Martin (University of Bergen). Book cover for Introduction to Logic edited by Ben Martin. Designed by Jonathan Lashley. Cover art by Heather Salazar. Introduction to Logic provides students with theKeep reading “Release Announcement: Introduction to Logic”

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 [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 Business Development Manager [Closed]”

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]”

Starting with Accessibility in Mind

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Open & Online. Post 6 Open & Online was a series of free weekly community gatherings organized by Rebus Community on a theme related to open textbooks as courseware and online collaboration. Participants received a free book on a shared instance of PressbooksEDU courtesy of Pressbooks. This program will not continue, but all resources willKeep reading “Starting with Accessibility in Mind”

Essentials of Speedy OER Creation

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Open & Online. Post 5 Open & Online was a series of free weekly community gatherings organized by Rebus Community on a theme related to open textbooks as courseware and online collaboration. Participants received a free book on a shared instance of PressbooksEDU courtesy of Pressbooks. This program will not continue, but all resources willKeep reading “Essentials of Speedy OER Creation”

Asynchronous Student Engagement using Social Annotation

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Open & Online. Post 4 Open & Online was a series of free weekly community gatherings organized by Rebus Community on a theme related to open textbooks as courseware and online collaboration. Participants received a free book on a shared instance of PressbooksEDU courtesy of Pressbooks. This program will not continue, but all resources willKeep reading “Asynchronous Student Engagement using Social Annotation”

Building Effective Online Assessment

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Open & Online. Post 3 Open & Online is a series of free weekly community gatherings organized by Rebus Community on a theme related to open textbooks as courseware and online collaboration. Participants receive a free book on a shared instance of PressbooksEDU courtesy of Pressbooks. Remote learning doesn’t mean that students only access andKeep reading “Building Effective Online Assessment”

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