Some OER publishers, like OpenStax, will print the book for a low cost fee. Students can also send the PDF for printing to the campus printing service if the copyright license allows it. Below are some websites that will print books at low cost:
Using annotation, we enable sentence-level note taking or critique on top of news, blogs, scientific articles, books, terms of service, ballot initiatives, legislation and more. Everything we build is guided by our principles. In particular that it be free, open, non-profit, neutral and lasting to name a few.
This is a teaching guide from Dr. Julie Ward at University of Oklahoma for instructors wishing to expand an existing open textbook project in their classes. While this project is specific to Spanish literature, the advice is relevant to similar projects in other disciplines.
This is a five-step guide for faculty, and those who support faculty, who want to modify an open textbook. Step-by-step instructions for importing and editing common open textbook file and platform types are included.
The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) offers a range of useful tools for journal editors and writers (some are for members only) including sample letters, Code of Conduct, Best Practices, flowcharts and more.
This annual directory, complied and published by the Library Publishing Coalition, documents the publishing activities of academic and research libraries, including information about the number and types of publications they produce, the services they offer authors, how they are staffed and funded, and their future plans.
The Library Publishing Toolkit looks at the broad and varied landscape of library publishing through discussions, case studies, and shared resources. From supporting writers and authors in the public library setting to hosting open access journals and books, this collection examines opportunities for libraries to leverage their position and resources to create and provide access to content.
For users of the Open Journal System platform, the Public Knowledge Project (PKP) school provides excellent video tutorials and other guides for journal managers and editors publishing journals through OJS.
This comprehensive guide from the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) helps libraries, presses, and academic units to define effective partnerships capable of supporting innovative approaches to campus-based publishing.