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Rebus Community Awarded Grant from The Hewlett Foundation

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The Rebus Foundation is pleased to announce a new funding award of US $300,000 from The Hewlett Foundation to support initiatives at the Rebus Community. We are grateful for the Education team at Hewlett’s continued investment and belief in Rebus’ mission to make knowledge freely available in the pursuit of equity, understanding, and the commonKeep reading “Rebus Community Awarded Grant from The Hewlett Foundation”

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”

Publishing is about making things public

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We here at Rebus are often asked what it is we do, both as individuals and as an organization. Sometimes, depending on the context, we find ourselves stretching to find the right combination of words—non-profit, web-based platforms, tools for academics, digital texts, collaboration. A common perception is that Rebus is a publisher, given that weKeep reading “Publishing is about making things public”

Opening up LGBTQ discourse with a compelling textbook project

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During June, some parts of the world recognize Pride Month, celebrating sexuality and gender diversity, as well as the importance of individual self-expression. In other parts of the world, however, governments and societies have moved to limit rights, protections, and respect for people who do not identify as heteronormative. Being open about identity is notKeep reading “Opening up LGBTQ discourse with a compelling textbook project”

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