Browse by Subject Area

Our shared collection with BCcampus breaks down resources by subject area. You can also filter by ancillaries, accessibility criteria, review or adoption status, as you search for the best fit in your courses. We’re always here to help if you’re not sure where to start.

You can also browse a growing collection of Made-in-Manitoba resources by visiting our PressbooksEDU catalogue.

Browse by Subject Area

Our shared collection with BCcampus breaks down resources by subject area. You can also filter by ancillaries, accessibility criteria, review or adoption status, as you search for the best fit in your courses. We’re always here to help if you’re not sure where to start.

You can also browse a growing collection of Made-in-Manitoba resources by visiting our PressbooksEDU catalogue.

textbook cover image

Creative Commons License
A Guide to Making Open Textbooks with Students by Elizabeth Mays (Editor), Robin DeRosa, Rajiv Jhangiani, Timothy Robbins, David Squires, Julie Ward, Anna Andrzejewski, Samara Burns, Matthew Moore is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

A Guide to Making Open Textbooks with Students

Description: A handbook for faculty interested in practicing open pedagogy by involving students in the making of open textbooks, ancillary materials, or other Open Educational Resources. This guide aims to both inspire and equip more faculty to follow in these open pedagogy pioneers’ tracks in making open textbooks with students. This is a first edition, compiled by Rebus Community, and we welcome feedback and ideas to expand the text.

September 15, 2017 | Updated: October 5, 2021
Author: Elizabeth Mays (Editor), Robin DeRosa, Rajiv Jhangiani, Timothy Robbins, David Squires, Julie Ward, Anna Andrzejewski, Samara Burns, Matthew Moore

Subject Areas
Education, Open Pedagogy

Original source
press.rebus.community

Notifications
Stay informed about updates to this textbook

Adoptions (faculty):
Contact us if you are using this textbook in your course

Further Adaptations:
Contact us if you are adapting this book


There are currently no reviews for this book.

Be the first to request to review this textbook