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Implementing an Open Textbook in an Online Biology Lab Course

This was the presentation I gave today on our course design for instructor Chris Callahan’s online biology class: After spending some time here talking to people about this, I have come up with some great ideas about better integrating the … Continue reading

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Digital Loeb: Rebirth of the Book?

Maybe now that Harvard Press is doing it, we can all breathe a sigh of relief that the book isn’t being killed off by the internet. I have a number of posts on this blog addressing the so-called death of … Continue reading

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David Harris of OpenStax at Humboldt State

The ALS and OER conversation is a campus discussion group looking at affordable learning resources and strategies. In our next meeting on Nov. 6th, 12:00 – 2:00 PM in the HSU Library “Fishbowl”, David Harris of OpenStax will be visiting … Continue reading

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Open Textbooks in the Humboldt State Library

The library at Humboldt State University provides online research guides for students in nearly all disciplines (seriously, it even includes Kinesiology). Our new Library Dean and open textbook¬†guru, Cyril Oberlander set Tim Miller and Sarah Fay Philips to work on … Continue reading

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