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Interesting book. And the reason I chose it for my course is the recent talk about how young people cannot write well. Those who want a #gop hegemony do not want an educated population, IMHO and I could back it up with research but have to do my project first. Later will share my findings. Cheers
This one-page template provides a framework for faculty to describe, document, and reflect on their experience adopting and implementing an open textbook for their courses. The template was created for the California Open Education Library (COOLforEd) initiative, but it is applicable to many projects integrating technology to improve student learning and teaching.