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#OPEN TEXTBOOK Tweet
Fitzpatrick, Sharyn

PublishedOctober 2010
PeriodicalVolume 1, Pages 1-119
PublisherTHINKaha
CountryUnited States

ABSTRACT
Educators and faculty members discover how to drive awareness and adoption of open textbooks at their own colleges. In an easy, accessible, readable style that has become the hallmark of THINKaha books, #OPEN TEXTBOOK tweet Book01′ shows authors and educators how they can participate in this win-win effort and seize this opportunity to contribute positively towards ensuring open, affordable college learning for all.

Keywords accessibility · OER · open resources · open textbooks

Published atSilicon Valley, California
ISSNPaperback ISBN: 978-1-61699-004-6 (1-61699-004-X) eBook ISBN: 978-1-61699-005-3 (1-61699-005-8)
RefereedDoes not apply
Rightsby-sa/3.0
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