Category Archives: OpenTexts

Open Textbooks, Open Doors

Image via Wikipedia On May 6th, from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM in College of the Redwood’s Lakeview Room, I held a workshop on open texts called “Open Textbooks, Open Doors.” There were seats for 30 and we filled 20 … Continue reading

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Open Education Resources at College of the Redwoods

I sent this invitation out to our faculty: Are you concerned about the high cost of education for your students? Have you ever wished that there was something that you could do to bring down that cost? One of the … Continue reading

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Open Course Library Project

This great interview with Cable Green on OERs and the Open Course Library Project was on It was on their front page for a while and I wanted to post it here to keep it out a little longer … Continue reading

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Open Source Music Textbook

Image via Wikipedia Musopen is a free source of public domain music, both recordings and sheet music. They are also creating an open source music theory textbook. I would love to see an open source music appreciation course using these … Continue reading

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