Pressbooks is an open source, online authoring and publishing platform used by BCcampus and post-secondary institutions in B.C. and beyond to create and adapt open textbooks.
Two sessions are being offered back to back on the same day. Registrants may sign up for either one of the webinars or both.
Tuesday, November 28, 2017, 10-11am, Pacific time
You will learn:
- How to create a Pressbooks account and textbook
- How to navigate the Pressbooks Dashboard
- How to set up your book
- Parts and Chapters
- How to add Parts and Chapters & Front/Back Matter
- How to order Parts and Chapters & Front/Back Matter
- How to create content
- How to change/recover your password
Pressbooks, Intermediate 3: Finding, citing, and attributing elements in a textbook or resource
Tuesday, November 28, 2017, 11am-12pm, Pacific time
You will learn:
- The difference between citation and attribution
- The importance of using openly licensed/public domain resources, or original creations
- Where to find openly licensed/public domain resources
- Tables: a special case
- Attribution statements: best practices
- How to cite an open textbook
This webinar is free, but registration is required as space is limited. To register fill out the Registration Form.
These webinars are restricted to faculty and staff from B.C. post-secondary institutions. For faculty and staff outside of British Columbia, please see recordings of past webinars.
For more information about Pressbooks, see the B.C. Open Textbook Pressbooks Guide.
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