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Open Textbook panel discussion: 5th October

Please join us for a virtual panel discussion – Open Textbooks in Australia: updated, localised,...

Deakin’s 2021 OER grant program

This week’s guest blogger Angie Williamson Program Coordinator (Open Education) responds to some questions about...

Teaching students about cultural recognition and representation

Dr Johanna Funk participated as a named research participant in the open textbook as social...

New textbooks by discipline (thanks OEP-SIG!)

The Open Educational Practices Special Interest Group (OEP-SIG) is a grass-roots, practitioner-led community that advocates...

International accolades and new collaborations for La Trobe’s open textbooks

La Trobe Library launched their eBureau OER textbook publishing service  in 2016. The platform enables...

Yarning about USQ’s ‘College Success’ adaptation

In 2020, University of Southern Queensland (USQ) Library staff developed an open text titled Academic Success,...

Can guidelines help weed racist textbooks out of libraries?

“Textbooks signify particular ways of selecting and organizing that vast universe of possible knowledge. They...

Dr Julian Lee: from questioning current textbook practice to writing your own

Dr Julian Lee is Associate Professor in international studies at RMIT University and a program...

Australian open textbook authors: Linguistics, Paramedics, and Ancient History

Last week we looked at the process of adopting an open textbook. In this week’s...

Dr Ben Whitburn: the process of adopting an updated and more accessible open textbook

Dr Ben Whitburn is Senior Lecturer of Education (Inclusive Education) responsible for course leadership and...

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