Category: Rebus Community

News and updates about the Rebus Community, including open textbook projects, events and announcements, new initiatives, and software releases.

CUNY OER Hub: Exploring OER Resources in Teacher Education

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This project is part of the February 2021 Textbook Success Program cohort. The CUNY Open Educational Resources (OER) Teacher Education Hub project is designed by a team of faculty and staff to provide access to open educational resources in teacher education for faculty across the City University of New York (CUNY) and beyond. This siteKeep reading “CUNY OER Hub: Exploring OER Resources in Teacher Education”

Pulling Together: Manitoba Foundations Guide

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This project is part of the February 2021 Textbook Success Program cohort.  The Manitoba Foundations Group, community members, Elders, Knowledge Keepers, and other community stakeholders, is leading the adaptation of the Pulling Together: Foundations Guide in collaboration with Assiniboine Community College, Brandon University, and Campus Manitoba. The adapted version of the Foundations Guide will provideKeep reading “Pulling Together: Manitoba Foundations Guide”

Transforming Humanities Texts: Join the Team!

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This project is part of the February 2021 Textbook Success Program cohort.  Transforming Humanities Texts is a new project designed by Dr. Mary Isbell to bring open pedagogy into conversation with scholarly editing to support courses in disciplines including philosophy, literature, history, music, religion, and cultural studies. Her goal is to encourage rigorous (also, authentic and enjoyable) reading experiences for studentsKeep reading “Transforming Humanities Texts: Join the Team!”

Writing and Publishing in Digital Environments: Now Inviting Contributors Across Disciplines!

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Are you a college instructor who helps students learn how to write or design for the web? Help us build an interdisciplinary open textbook that will serve as a vital resource for students! We are currently seeking short section contributions for the textbook, Writing and Publishing in Digital Environments. This project is part of theKeep reading “Writing and Publishing in Digital Environments: Now Inviting Contributors Across Disciplines!”

[CLOSED] We’re Hiring! Assistant Program Manager

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About Rebus The Rebus Foundation is a registered charity, established in April 2016 with a mandate to reimagine the academic ecosystem in inventive, responsive ways based on open principles. We are a small but innovative team looking for new members who embody our dynamism and entrepreneurial spirit. We value family-friendly work culture and work/personal lifeKeep reading “[CLOSED] We’re Hiring! Assistant Program Manager”

Release Announcement: Philosophy of Religion

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I am excited to announce the release of the fourth book in the Introduction to Philosophy open textbook series: Philosophy of Religion, edited by Beau Branson (Brescia University, Kentucky, USA). Book cover for Introduction to Philosophy of Religion edited by Beau Branson. Designed by Jonathan Lashley. Cover art by Heather Salazar. Introduction to Philosophy: Philosophy of Religion explores variousKeep reading “Release Announcement: Philosophy of Religion”

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”

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”

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