Author: Elizabeth Mays

Pressbooks.com Scheduled Maintenance: Jan. 2 & Jan. 3 / 2 a.m. – 7 a.m. EST

To boost the performance and security of our network, we intend to perform scheduled maintenance on the Pressbooks server between 2 a.m.-7 a.m. EST on Thursday, Jan. 2 and between

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Scheduled Maintenance

To boost the performance and security of the Pressbooks.com network, we intend to perform scheduled maintenance on Thursday, Sept. 12 between 3 a.m. and 5 a.m. Eastern. What to expect. You can

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Attend OERizona to Learn More about Open Education

OERizona Event to Highlight Open Education Practices and Practitioners Pressbooks is proud to cosponsor the first ever  OERizona event this autumn! This free workshop takes place the day before the

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OTN Members: Don’t Forget to Use Your PressbooksEDU Discount!

Institutional members of the Open Textbook Network (OTN) are eligible for 30% off the annual price for PressbooksEDU Silver and Gold plans. If your institution is a member of the

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PressbooksEDU Silver Plans Now Offer Thin Common Cartridge Exports With Web Links

If you have a PressbooksEDU Silver plan, or were considering one, you may be excited to hear that all PressbooksEDU plans now enable you to produce Thin Common Cartridge exports

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Hugh McGuire Talks Books on Talking Through My Hat

Pressbooks founder Hugh McGuire was recently featured on Talking Through My Hat, a podcast by Futureproofs creator John Pettigrew that covers everything in the spectrum of book and business. You

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Minitex Teams Up with Pressbooks to Offer Discount to Libraries

Academic libraries in MN, ND and SD are eligible for 30% off the annual price for PressbooksEDU Silver and Gold plans. If you’re an academic library in the Minitex region,

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We’ll Miss You, Ned Zimmerman!

Here at Pressbooks, we’re a small, close-knit team, so we’re going to need lots of cheering up when lead developer and beloved colleague, Ned Zimmerman, leaves Pressbooks next month. “After

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Supercharged OER at Kwantlen Polytechnic University

Many of you who are active in the OER community will already know Rajiv Jhangiani’s name. Besides being the co-editor of a well-regarded 2017 book on open education, “Open: The

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USask’s OER Program Expands from Adaptation into Ancillary Resources

Staff at the Teaching and Learning Centre and Distance Education units at the University of Saskatchewan are steadily building their OER program. They started with the adoption and adaptation of

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