A final reminder for our open textbook meeting later today. Details from the wiki page:
This will be an online meeting for anyone interested in open textbooks – including students, educators, authors, activists, funders, policy makers, distributors and publishers.
The event will be an opportunity for people who work in this area to present projects, to solicit for feedback, to find collaborators, to propose projects and to keep abreast of new developments. If this is helpful and if there is enough demand, we hope to host more meetings on a regular basis.
The meeting will take place at 1000 PST, 1800 BST or 1900 CEST on Monday 29th September. It will be hosted on the #okfn IRC channel at oftc.net.
If you plan to pop in, please add your name to the wiki page. Currently participants include:
- Jonathan Gray, The Open Knowledge Foundation + Open Text Book
- Amee Godwin, ISKME + OER Commons
- Nicole Allen, The Student PIRGs
- Rick Watson, The Global Text Project
- Judy Baker, Dean, Foothill Global Access + Director, Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources
- Robert A. Beezer, Author, A First Course in Linear Algebra + Professor, Mathematics and Computer Science Department, University of Puget Sound
- Anthony C. Stephens, IBHE-SAC, City Colleges of Chicago
- Andrew Whitworth, English Wikibooks
- Jaroslaw Lipszyc Free Textbooks – Poland
- Mark Horner Shuttleworth Foundation and FHSST
- Karien Bezuidenhout Shuttleworth Foundation
- Samuel Klein, Director of Community Content, One Laptop Per Child
- Christopher Olah, high school student
- Alexandre Enkerli, part-time faculty, Concordia University
- Murugan Pal, CK-12 Foundation
- Chris Watkins, Appropedia
- Michael Corral, Author, Vector Calculus + Adjunct Instructor, Department of Mathematics, Schoolcraft College
- Marisa Drexel, The Global Text Project + University of Georgia
- Garin Fons, Open.Michigan + University of Michigan
- Joshua Gay, TextbookRevolution + Free Textbook Project (migrating to new server).
- Donald J. McCubbrey, Clinical Professor, Information Technology and Electronic Commerce, University of Denver + Co-project Leader, Global Text
Dr. Jonathan Gray is Lecturer in Critical Infrastructure Studies at the Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London, where he is currently writing a book on data worlds. He is also Cofounder of the Public Data Lab; and Research Associate at the Digital Methods Initiative (University of Amsterdam) and the médialab (Sciences Po, Paris). More about his work can be found at jonathangray.org and he tweets at @jwyg.