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Stefanie Sanders
I am working on writing a textbook.  I'd like to create an OER.  As I've done research on OERs I've realized that many publishers are connected to specific universities (MIT and Rice), groups of colleges, or Wikis which anyone can change. Does Canvas publish textbook OERs?  How does this work?  Do I just create my textbook using my college's… (Show more)
Denise Dejonghe
Click to view contentAfter testing out various free open book platforms with an instructor, we selected Pressbooks as a user-friendly platform for her to create an open book. Once the book was created (educ2010.pressbooks.com), we tested various methods of placing it in Canvas which are demonstrated in this course: Examples of placing a Pressbooks open textbook in… (Show more)
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Denise Dejonghe
Click to view contentThere are many benefits to instructors and students when courses use Open Textbooks (and other Open Educational Resources). In addition to cost savings, instructors are finding that students read open online textbooks in more locations and more often than previously-purchased textbooks. Instructors can also customize open online content to reflect… (Show more)
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katie@instructure.com
This list is compiled by the members of this group. Click 'edit' (on the right of this document) to contribute additional resources. For more, go to Open Content Providers.   TOOL DESCRIPTION For Instructors or Students Office Mix Office Mix is no longer supported. Please read the following for more details: Migrate your content from Office Mix…
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Stefanie Sanders
I am working on writing a textbook.  I'd like to create an OER.  As I've done research on OERs I've realized that many publishers are connected to specific universities (MIT and Rice), groups of colleges, or Wikis which anyone can change.  Does Canvas publish textbook OERs?  How does this work?  Do I just create my textbook using my college's… (Show more)