Monthly Archives: December 2012

OER: Saylor Foundation’s New Bookshelf

Saylor Foundation The Saylor Foundation is making spirits bright and starting the New Year right by ensuring that openly licensed, free textbooks remain freely available to students. You may have seen their press release. Their “Bookshelf” page is already up … Continue reading

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Open Textbooks: Community and Sustainability

Redwood Majesty (Photo: MizzD) In our discussions with faculty and administrators about free, openly licensed textbooks, I still get questions about “sustainability.” Those questions really boil down to “who is going to pay for all of that work?” Often the … Continue reading

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Creative Commons Turns 10!

Cable Green (Photo: DTKindler Photo)  This note just in from the ubiquitous Cable Green: As I’m sure you know, this year is Creative Commons’ 10th Birthday! Starting this Friday, we’ll be launching into a 10-day frenzy of celebrations leading up … Continue reading

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