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Open textbook publishing
Moxley, Joe

PublishedOctober 2013
JournalAcademe
Volume 99, Issue 5
PublisherAmerican Association of University Professors
CountryUnited States, North America

ABSTRACT
Who is best suited to control textbooks: the faculty or the publishers? There are ways to make sure it is the faculty.

Keywords academic control · academic freedom · affordable textbooks · faculty publishing · open licences · Open textbook

Published atWashington, DC
RefereedYes
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