Commontext

Various authors, Mar 13, 2003
Commentary by Stephen Downes

As their website states, "Commontext is a completely new way of publishing educational materials. It addresses instructors' most common complaints about commercial textbooks by providing a permanent library of freely shared classroom texts. Instead of settling for one or more commercially published texts for students to purchase, instructors can select precisely the materials they want and either post them directly to a class Web site, or have their students download them from Commontext, at no charge. Commontext materials can even be bound and duplicated by a campus copy shop and distributed to students simply for the price of printing."
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