Websites mentioned in or background references, in the order in which they are mentioned in the article
(courses on this site marked with a T include Open Access textbook)
Tools for Open Access authorship of many kinds of educational materials, including texts. Section on "authors tools" provides great overview of relevant issues, including intellectual property, technical support, and best practices for authorship
An activity of the Columbia University Press. "Any user may search, download, and save material, as appropriate, that is included in Gutenberg-e and may make single printed copies of individual writings for private personal use or research."
One of the books available on the site is by an Emory author: Andrade, T. How Taiwan Became Chinese.
Listing, Peer Review, and Ratings of On-line Textbooks
www.merlot.org/merlot/materials htm?materialType=Open%20Textbook&sort property=overallRating
To identify digital texts that meet the content standards set by the California Educational System.
project of Student PIRG (Public Interest Research Groups) laying out the problem and providing a catalog of available on-line resources. It also includes a petition that faculty interested in this issue can sign.
"Digital Scholarship Comes of Age: New questions about credibility, modes, and readership."
"Virtual Vitality: A Sampling of Digital Publications at Emory." Winter 2010, pages 26-27. Includes Journal of Family Life, Methodist Review, Molecular Vision,
Practical Matters, Religion Dispatches, and Southern Spaces.
Click on link "Search by Year." When accessed on February 19, 2010, it listed 315 theses from 2009, 113 from 2008, 34 from 2007.