In this episode, Apurva Ashok and Zoe Wake Hyde discuss open publishing practices, tools, and processes. They share the work that the Rebus Community is doing to support more collaborative, open, and transparent approaches to OER creation. We discuss some of the ethical and equity considerations that relate to open publishing, the work that goes into successful collaborations, and the power of publishing.
Here are some links and resources:
- Follow Zoe (@zwhnz), @RebusCommunity, and @RebusInk on Twitter
- Connect with Apurva on LinkedIn
- Rebus Community website
- Rebus Community resources
- Rebus Ink website
- A Guide to Making Open Textbooks with Students
- The Rebus Guide to Publishing Open Textbooks (So Far)
- Sign up for Rebus’ monthly office hours (in partnership with the Open Education Network)
Here are some of the specific projects they mentioned:
- Introduction to Philosophy series (6 books total, 4 that are published)
- Blueprint for Success in College and Career
- Marking Open and Affordable Courses
You can learn more about this podcast at knowledgespectrums.opened.ca. On the website, you can find all episodes and transcripts, along with many other resources and information related to this project. You can connect with me on Twitter @josiea_g and you can tweet about the podcast using the hashtag #OKSPodcast.
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