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"Design your book from start to finish in just a few easy steps, and create beautiful print books, ebooks, and webbooks for any genre." Many of the books featured on this guide were created on the Pressbooks platform. Pressbooks are easy to structure like a textbook, easily incorporate online accessibility features, and export to a variety of formats, including PDF for print
"Omeka provides open-source web publishing platforms for sharing digital collections and creating media-rich online exhibits."
Use original or openly licensed content to create open course materials, for your class, and to share openly.
You can also guide your students through open pedagogy to create open educational materials as the final course learning product.
Hypothesis makes reading: visible, active, social –"We’re a nonprofit on a mission to bring an open conversation over the whole web. Use Hypothesis right now to hold discussions, read socially, organize your research, and take personal notes."
"H5P makes it easy to create interactive content by providing a range of content types for various needs. "
This playlist offers a series of short, to-the-point videos summarizing the roles, models, and guidelines that make up the process of creating and publishing open textbooks. From project conception and rounding up a team of collaborators, to creating, editing, and reviewing your content, all the way through to release, marketing, adoptions, and revisions, these videos summarize the many steps along the way.