2 Creating an Open Textbook

We talked to and students who have worked on open textbook projects in their classrooms recently. The next section consists of case studies, interviews, and firsthand essays highlighting seminal examples of Open Pedagogy projects.[1]

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This chapter is adapted from Creating an Open Textbook in A Guide to Making Open Textbooks with Students by Ed. Elizabeth Mays.

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