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Jerry Brown Unlocks the Nation’s Digital Future through Open Source Textbook Innovation

(Photo credit: Wikipedia) Today, Governor Jerry Brown signed a monumental set of bills that create the nation’s first free online textbook library, an effort aimed at alleviating the burden of rising costs to students attending California’s public postsecondary institutions. California … Continue reading

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Making Sense of Public Domain

As more material becomes identified by governments, libraries, museums, and other institutions as “public domain,” instructors and administrators will need help in understanding what is out there and the significance of some of the archives. They will also need help … Continue reading

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