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Can guidelines help weed racist textbooks out of libraries?

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

Staff talk: diversified and updated textbooks and reading lists

The second in a weekly series of blog posts with highlights from the interview data...

Students talk textbooks: shockingly expensive, restrictive digital access, lacking diversity

This is the first in a weekly series of blog posts with highlights from the...

Key findings: social justice relating to cost and contents of textbooks matter to students and staff

Social justice principles relating to the cost and contents of textbooks and readings matter to...

Survey of digital textbook practice: Open now!

Our National Survey into open, digital textbook practice is open! We are pleased to invite...

Woah, we’re half-way there!

Project Leader Sarah Lambert reports on project progress. We’re over the half-way point of our...

Latest research into open texts and social justice

As Australian institutions seek to find ways to reduce costs for students in COVID19 times...

Quality, cost, flexibility and equity drivers for open textbooks

Hot on the heels of our project launch, we broadcast our first Open Textbook seminar...

Call for Participation: Open Textbooks National Scoping Study

We are seeking expressions of interest from Australian Universities to participate in the Deakin-led national...

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