As you develop your own system for creating open textbooks within your local publishing program, you will create resources that are helpful to others. Please consider openly licensing your resources. This not only supports your colleagues, but also contributes to a vision of a more open higher education landscape. It is also a core value for members of the Open Textbook Network Publishing Cooperative.
Examples from Unit 7 may include:
Example of an open textbook you've composed, including the marked-up (ScML) document as well as the completed textbook.
Case study of how you've structured your publishing program in the Co-op, including what services you provide in-house, and what services you pay Scribe to do.
Contact Karen Lauritsen (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have created a resource for this unit you would like to share.
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