Announcement: Discount for Minority Serving Institutions

Pressbooks is partnering with Achieving the Dream to offer MSIs 30% off single-institution networks

It is very important for Pressbooks to better serve and support communities that have been historically marginalized. As such, we’ve partnered with our friends at Achieving the Dream (ATD) to spread the word about our newest discount. Minority Serving Institutions are now eligible for a 30% discount on single-institution Pressbooks networks. This includes access to the Pressbooks Authoring & Editing Platform and its suite of EDU features. 

Learn more about the PressbooksEDU features available for our Authoring & Editing Platform on our website. See examples of Pressbooks books by browsing the Pressbooks Directory. Please note: the Directory is still in beta while we work with our clients to improve the metadata of their books. 

“ATD has such a long and successful track record working to support positive academic outcomes in communities across the US, and we’re delighted to be working with them to help spread the word about Pressbooks to more MSIs.” – Hugh McGuire, President and CEO at Pressbooks

Contact our sales team for more details. In the comments field of our contact form, please mention that you represent an MSI. We’re looking forward to meeting you and learning more about your institution’s goals. 

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