Category: open textbook projects

Call for Chapter Contributions on Metaphysics, Behaviorism, and Materialism

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We are seeking chapter contributions of 2,000-3,000 words (8-10 pages double-spaced) on a range of topics within metaphysics and philosophy of mind for the Introduction to Philosophy open textbook, edited by Christina Hendricks (UBC). We encourage interest and contributions from members of underrepresented groups within the philosophical community. Philosophy of Mind We are looking for one orKeep reading “Call for Chapter Contributions on Metaphysics, Behaviorism, and Materialism”

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!”

8 Things We Learned About Making Open Textbooks from Making Media Innovation & Entrepreneurship

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When Rebus Community agreed to support the JMC Media Innovation and Entrepreneurship open textbook back in January of 2017, we had no idea the impact the project would have on our knowledge of the processes involved in open publishing. Michelle Ferrier of Ohio University and Liz Mays, who is Rebus’ marketing manager and also anKeep reading “8 Things We Learned About Making Open Textbooks from Making Media Innovation & Entrepreneurship”

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!”

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!”

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!”

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