Open Textbooks in Development

a_test10 View Homepage c_Test12 View Homepage Sight-Reading for Guitar Lead author: Chelsea Green, American University in Cairo Northern & Indigenous Health and Healthcare Lead: Heather Exner-Pirot, University of Saskatchewan/UArctic Guide to Making Open Textbooks with Students View project homepage The Science of Human Nutrition Project lead: Billy Meinke, University of Hawaii Desafíos de la Formación Ciudadana Lead: Werner Westermann Translating the Digital Citizenship Toolkit Lead: Werner Westermann zoe-testing-logs View Homepage Introduction to Community Psychology Lead Editors: Leonard A. Jason, Olya Glantsman, Jack F. O’Brien, and Kaitlyn N. Ramian Beginning Chemistry Adaptation Lead editor/author(s): Melissa Kofoed, Shawn Miller, Kori Ellis Cognitively Accessible Math for Adult Learners Project lead: Susan Jones New Releases Browse in-progress open textbooks, contribute your skills to one or more projects, and share new releases. Inquiry Based Learning Lead editor/author(s): Mohammed Galib Hasan History of Applied Science and Technology Lead editors: Danielle Mead Skjelver, University of Maryland, University of North Dakota & Linda Ruggles The Rebus Guide to Publishing A repository of collective knowledge, written to help you create, publish, and promote your open textbooks. Visit the project homepage Blueprint for Success in College and Career Lead author: Dave Dillon, Grossmont College It’s All Greek to Me Lead editor/author(s): Charity Davenport Soil and Water Conservation BASIC INFORMATION Lead editor/author(s): Colby Moorberg Project Title: Soil and Water Conservation: An Annotated Bibliography Lead editor/author(s): Colby Moorberg License: CC BY Subjects: Agriculture, Soil Science, Soil and Water Conservation A Guide to Starting an Open Textbook Program Lead: To Be Determined Human Geography: Principles and Applications Lead authors: Paul Hackett, USask & Arthur Gill Green, UBC Introduction to LGBTQ+ Studies Leads: Deborah Amory, Sean Massey, and Allison Brown The Web, Content Industries, and Ourselves Project Summary: The Web, Content Industries, and Ourselves Introduction to North American Archaeology Lead editor: Katie Kirakosian, UMass Amherst Digital Citizenship Toolkit Lead author: Michelle Schwarz, Ryerson University How to Start a New Project To begin an open textbook project, create a new topic below. In 1-3 business days, your project will receive a dedicated project home. Introduction to Philosophy View Homepage Digital Humanities Project Project lead: Sarah Ketchley, University of Washington Literature Reviews for Edu & Nursing Students Project lead: Linda Frederiksen, Washington State University Vancouver Financial Strategy for Public Managers Lead author: Justin Marlowe, U of Washington Foundations of Biology Project lead: Tim Dolan, Greenfield Community College The Open Anthology of Earlier American Literature Lead editor: Tim Robbins, Graceland University Global Perspectives on Gender Lead editor/author(s): Nadine T. Fernandez and Katie Nelson Equity Literacy Project Lead editor/author(s): Stephanie Whalen and Chris Dobson, Harper College Antología Abierta de Literatura Hispana Lead editor: Julie Ward, University of Oklahoma OpenStax/Pressbooks Conversion - Biology Project Lead: Zoe Wake Hyde, Rebus Community Ancillaries: Principles of Social Psychology Lead author: Rajiv Jhangiani, KPU Authoring Open Textbooks (Guide) Project lead: Karen Lauritsen, OTN Peer Review Working Group Lead: To Be Determined Media, Society, Culture & You Lead author: Mark Poepsel Global Regions: World Regional Geography Project lead: Kris Olds, UW-Madison Media Innovation and Entrepreneurship View Homepage Programming Fundamentals Lead: Dave Braunschweig Open Pedagogy Lead editors: Kimberly Hoffman and Alexis Clifton Inclusive Version:Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous The Big Book, the basic text of Alcoholics Anonymous, was originally published in 1939 by AA founders Bill W. and Dr. Bob. Its contents have worked for decades to keep thousands of people sober, and are considered sacred and untouchable by many. However, many alcoholics that have a desire to stop drinking using the program of AA are repelled from the fellowship because of some of the language in the Big Book - specifically with regards to gender and gender roles, and the Judeo-Christian bent of its spiritual suggestions. The Inclusive Version of the Big Book will ensure the basic text of Alcoholics Anonymous is as inclusive as possible to even the most marginalized alcoholic, in keeping with the concepts, traditions, and the basis of the fellowship throughout its history - that our primary purpose is to carry the message to the alcoholic who still suffers. Music Theory Tutorial Leads: Andre Mount and Allison Brown Agent-Based Evolutionary Game Dynamics Lead: Luis R. Izquierdo Research Methods in Psychology Leads: Carrie Cutler and Dana Leighton First Year Seminar Readings Lead: Cathie LeBlanc Marking Open & Affordable Courses Leads: Michelle Reed, Sarah Hare, and Jessica Kirschner UNESCO Open Education for a Better World Project Lead: Naomi Wahls CORE 8: Early Childhood Courses Lead: Jennifer Paris and Amanda Taintor
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About the Open Textbooks in Development category 1 March 19, 2019
Nursing Research and the Effect on Population Health Initiatives 5 October 19, 2019
Reviving this :) 2 October 15, 2019
Book Info (City of Publication, Publish date, ISBN#s) 11 October 14, 2019
OER (Pressbooks) Sprints: How to Optimize the Authorship Process 5 October 14, 2019
Call for peer reviews inquiry based learning 1 October 14, 2019
Inquiry Based Learning: Check-in 6 October 11, 2019
Syncing on tracking adoptions, recency goal, and audio project 11 October 4, 2019
Meta Lessons: What OER Advocates Can Learn from Collaborative OER Creation 2 October 4, 2019
Ethics [ed: George Matthews] 133 October 4, 2019
Volunteer Sign-up 59 October 2, 2019
Rebus Guide to Publishing Open Textbooks (So Far) - Version 2 is here! 2 October 1, 2019
Philosophy of Mind [ed: Heather Salazar] 147 October 1, 2019
Project Summary 1 August 4, 2017
The Web, Content Industries, and Ourselves: Check-in 1 September 27, 2019
General Discussion: Introduction to Philosophy 242 September 18, 2019
Introduction to Philosophy: Philosophy of Mind 1 September 18, 2019
The Web, Content Industries, and Ourselves 4 September 16, 2019
Call for Peer Reviewers 3 September 13, 2019
Project Information 1 September 12, 2019
Project Summary: The Open Anthology of Earlier American Literature 82 September 5, 2019
Module 1: Introduction to IBL: characteristics, potential and examples of use 1 September 4, 2019
Video series completed! 1 September 4, 2019
Updates of the Project 1 September 4, 2019
Composition and Literature: A Handbook and Anthology 4 September 3, 2019
"Inquiry Based Learning" - Open Education for Better World 2 September 3, 2019
Ancillaries: Principles of Social Psychology 3 August 31, 2019
Slide decks complete! 1 August 28, 2019
Beginning Chemistry Adaptation: Check-in 3 August 16, 2019
Let the review process begin 5 August 15, 2019