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This event is a part of the OER Production Series.
This webinar is the second in a two-part series that will discuss how to use Pressbooks to create and share open educational resources. Pressbooks is an online self-publishing tool available to all post-secondary faculty and staff in B.C. and the Yukon. This webinar will explore various advanced features of Pressbooks. Attendees will get to see a Pressbooks webbook edited in real-time to demonstrate complex Pressbooks topics in a hands-on way. Topics included are basic H5P, LaTeX, adding users and user roles, internal links and anchors, footnotes, the glossary tool, importing content, and custom styles.
Want more? Please see other webinars included in this series:
- November 4, 2021: Find, Use and Share Open Education Resources
- November 16, 2021: Introduction to Pressbooks
- November 18, 2021: Technical Accessibility in OER
- November 30, 2021: Beyond Accessibility in OER
Arianna Cheveldave (she/her) is a coordinator on the open education team at BCcampus. She has gained a wide range of knowledge about Pressbooks through hands-on work, thoughtful mentorship, and trial and error. In addition to Pressbooks training, she has also delivered learning opportunities about LaTeX, a math markup language that can be used in open textbooks to render equations. Arianna is excited to share what she knows about Pressbooks in this webinar. For questions about Pressbooks or LaTeX, contact her at email@example.com.
Harper Friedman (he/him) is the open textbook production assistant at BCcampus. A recent graduate of the University of Victoria, he is using his skills to help create openly licensed educational resources, primarily in Pressbooks. Through this work, he has developed his knowledge of Pressbooks and LaTeX as well as accessibility best practices.
This event is free. To ensure we have an inclusive and welcoming environment for all, we’ve added registration to all our sessions.