BC Open Textbook Project Faculty Fellow Rajiv Jhangiani interviewed by CBC Radio and Global Television.
Designed to be accessible, enabling, and affordable, the BCcampus Open Textbook Program started strong and continues to evolve, and it’s no surprise that interest in this project is growing across the country and around the world.
Open Textbook Faculty Fellow, Rajiv Jhangiani, was recently interviewed by CBC Radio trend reporter, Jason Osler, discussing financial benefits of open textbooks, digital learning formats, and immediate, permanent access to education. Jhangiani was later interviewed by Global Television.
Jhangiani will be a keynote speaker at the upcoming BCcampus Open Textbook Summit. For more information, click to visit the summit website.
Click below to listen to Rajiv Jhangiani’s interview with CBC Radio’s trend reporter, Jason Osler:
Click below to listen to Rajiv Jhangiani’s interview with Global Television:
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“Textbooks are dead. They’re dinosaurs.” – Brian Kibby, president of textbook publishing giant McGraw-Hill Higher Education
- BCcampus OpenEd Website
- Upcoming Open Textbook Summit
- Audio clip of Advanced Education Minister Andrew Wilkinson speaking about Open Textbooks and Open Education Week
- ‘Textbooks are Dead’
- A closer look at B.C.’s open textbook plan