Wonderful news! I’m tagging my colleague @LeighKP, who will be happy to spread the word more broadly with the community.
The book looks very thorough and clear to read, and I like that you’ve already made it available in multiple formats. Are you also working with anyone at DePaul to get the book into a print copy, for readers who prefer this format?
The fact that so many people were involved in the book’s creation, and that it has already been tested out in classrooms is amazing – kudos to you and the rest of the team! I would strongly suggest, if you haven’t done so already, highlighting this in the book, so readers can see how much work has gone into making this open textbook.
If possible, I may also suggest adding an Adoption Form, so you can keep track of any new users of the book. What may also be useful for potential adopters and readers is a statement addressing whether the book has been reviewed (both classroom review and peer review), and how the book in it’s web format meets recommended accessibility standards. You can see some example forms and templates here: Adoption Form, Review Statement, Accessibility Assessment.
We’ve actually received some interest in the book already, and will be directing any potential users or adopters to you in the platform, so you can connect and coordinate on getting feedback to improve or add to the book in the future. We’re so excited to mark the release of the book! Congratulations once again!