Contributors

This handbook was compiled, edited and formatted by staff of the Rebus Community for Open Textbook Creation including Elizabeth Mays, Zoe Wake Hyde and Apurva Ashok.

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It features essays by Open Pedagogy practitioners Robin DeRosa, director of interdisciplinary studies at Plymouth State University; Rajiv Jhangiani, University Teaching Fellow in Open Studies at Kwantlen Polytechnic University; Timothy Robbins, assistant professor of English at Graceland University; and David Squires, visiting assistant professor at Washington State University; sample assignments from Anna Andrzejewski, art history professor and director of graduate studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Julie Ward, assistant professor of 20th and 21st-century Latin American literature at University of Oklahoma; and Timothy Robbins; as well as the voices of many other faculty and students engaged in open textbook projects. Among them:

  • Alice Barrett, student at University of Oklahoma
  • Samara Burns, student at University of Calgary
  • Amanda Coolidge, senior manager of Open Education at BCcampus
  • Gabriel Higginbotham, recent-former student at Open Oregon State
  • Matthew Moore, student at Graceland University
  • Maxwell Nicholson, student at University of Victoria
  • Steel Wagstaff, instructional technology consultant at UW-Madison

We are grateful to all who contributed to this .

If you would like to add to this guide for an expanded, second edition, please volunteer to add your voice to the project[1] in the Rebus Community Forum.


  1. "Project: Making Open Textbooks With Students," Rebus Community Forum, https://forum.rebus.community/topic/119/project-summary-guide-to-making-open-textbooks-with-students/15.

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