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Testing https://github.com/pressbooks/pressbooks-aldine/issues/194

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Web Literacy for Student Fact-Checkers book cover

Web Literacy for Student Fact-Checkers

CC BY (Attribution)   en

Author(s): Mike Caulfield

Publisher: Self-published

Last updated: 29/09/2022

Great resource for teaching web literacy.
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Travis Metadata

CC BY (Attribution)   2 H5P Activities    en

Author(s): Travis Wall

Subject(s): Education

Publisher: Pressbooks

Last updated: 29/09/2022

This Guide is meant to be the handbook for using Pressbooks effectively to produce books. Pressbooks is a simple tool, but it’s powerful too, and harnessing that power requires some learning.

This Guide should cover the basics of Pressbooks, including how to quickly get a book into Pressbooks and out the other end as a beautifully designed PDF (for print) or ebook (MOBI for Kindle, or EPUB for Apple, Kobo, Nook and others).

You will also find here resources for various features or special formatting, including how to place images, create footnotes, or put in pull-quotes.

Math Test book cover

Math Test

Public Domain   es

Author(s): Morty Morterson, carl123

Editor(s): carl123

Subject(s): Conservación, restauración y cuidado de obras de arte, Compositores y autores de temas musicales, Arte musical, música orquestal, Reseña y crítica musicales

Last updated: 29/09/2022

UW-Madison French Department CSCR repository book cover

UW-Madison French Department CSCR repository

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)   483 H5P Activities    en

Last updated: 29/09/2022

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An Open Education Reader

Ontario Commons License – No Derivatives   en

Subject(s): Open learning, distance education, Philosophy and theory of education, Moral and social purpose of education

Last updated: 29/09/2022

This group of readings was compiled by David Wiley for IPT 515R, Introduction to Open Education, taught at Brigham Young University in Fall 2014. The students in the course, who are listed as contributing authors below, wrote the summaries and discussion questions for each reading included in the book.

This is by no means a complete or final version of this book. We’re sharing it with the community now in the spirit of “release early, release often,” trusting that the community will help correct faults rather than criticize errors. Please leave suggestions for improvement in the comments at the bottom of individual pages, or email them to david.wiley@gmail.com.

Cover photo by Shahadat Hossain, licensed CC BY.

OER Activity Sourcebook book cover

OER Activity Sourcebook

CC BY (Attribution)   35 H5P Activities    en

Author(s): steel

Editor(s): Naomi Salmon

Last updated: 29/09/2022

Integration Tests book cover

Integration Tests

CC BY (Attribution)   en

Last updated: 29/09/2022

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Steel's Test Book

Public Domain   43 H5P Activities    ar

Subject(s): الموسيقى : أنماط وأنواع, Public art, Language teaching and learning: second or additional languages

Institution(s): University of Oregon, Western Texas College, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Queens College

Last updated: 29/09/2022

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Steel's Great Book

CC BY (Attribution)   42 H5P Activities    en

Author(s): Steel, Fake Human

Editor(s): Imaginary Person, Fake Human

Subject(s): The arts: general topics, History of art, Music: styles and genres

Institution(s): Australian National University, Australian Catholic University

Publisher: Steel

Last updated: 29/09/2022

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A Guide to Making Open Textbooks with Students book cover

A Guide to Making Open Textbooks with Students

CC BY (Attribution)   1 H5P Activities    en

Author(s): Dr. Steel Wagstaff, Ph.D., Zoe Wake Hyde

Subject(s): Education, Teaching of students with different educational needs

Institution(s): Assumption University, University of Guelph

Publisher: The Rebus Community for Open Textbook Creation

Last updated: 29/09/2022

This books is a handbook for faculty interested in practicing open pedagogy by involving students in the making of open textbooks, ancillary materials, or other Open Educational Resources. This guide aims to both inspire and equip more faculty to follow in the tracks of Open Pedagogy pioneers by making open textbooks with students. Several chapters with case studies and examples from real faculty practictioners are included.