Bookboon.com publishes free and openly available eBooks for students and business professionals. The books can be downloaded in PDF without registration. Our mission is that students should be able to go through university without having to pay for textbooks.
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We finance our textbooks with a low number of high quality advertisements. The advertisements are mostly employer branding from companies who intend to recruit the students reading the textbook after they graduate. So in essence, your future employer is paying for your textbook!
We have set a 15% advertising limit per book. This limit has been set together with professors, business professionals, and student organizations in order to ensure the whole experience is in line with the high quality of our books.
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The Mozilla Developer Network (MDN) is an evolving learning platform for Web technologies and the software that powers the Web, including:
MDN's mission is simple: to provide complete, accurate, and helpful documentation for everything about the open Web, whether it's supported by Mozilla-built software or not. If it's an open technology exposed to the Web, we want to document it.
In addition, we provide documentation about how to build and contribute to Mozilla projects and about Firefox OS and Web app development.
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View and share free educational material in small modules that can be organized as courses, books, reports or other academic assignments.
OpenStax believes that everyone has something to learn, and everyone has something to teach.
Frustrated by the limitations of traditional textbooks and courses, Dr. Richard Baraniuk founded OpenStax (then Connexions) in 1999 at Rice University to provide authors and learners with an open space where they can share and freely adapt educational materials such as courses, books, and reports.
Today, OpenStax CNX is a dynamic non-profit digital ecosystem serving millions of users per month in the delivery of educational content to improve learning outcomes.
There are tens of thousands of learning objects, called pages, that are organized into thousands of textbook-style books ...
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O'Reilly has published a number of Open Books--books with various forms of "open" copyright--over the years. The reasons for "opening" copyright, as well as the specific license agreements under which they are opened, are as varied as our authors.
Perhaps a book was outdated enough to be put out of print, yet some people still needed the information it covered. Or the author or subject of a book felt strongly that it should be published under a particular open copyright. Maybe the book was written collectively by a particular community, as in the case of our Community Press books.
But there's more to making Open Books available online than simply adopting an open license or giving up rights granted under copyright law. The print books need to be converted to a digital format so that they're accessible via the web.
We're happy to have partnered with two innovative ...
Wikibooks is a Wikimedia project for collaboratively writing open-content textbooks that anyone, including you, can edit right now by clicking on the edit link that appears near the top of each Wikibooks page. Wikibooks has two sub-projects; Wikijunior which is aimed at children and the Cookbook which is our collection of recipes and culinary topics. Contributors maintain the property rights to their contributions, while the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License and the GNU Free Documentation License makes sure that the submitted version and its derivative works will always remain freely distributable and reproducible. See Wikibooks:Copyrights for more information. Wikibooks went online on 10 July 2003.
Feel free to browse around our growing number of steadily improving books and be sure to check out our collection of featured books.
What is Wikibooks
OpenIntro was started with one goal in mind: create a free and open-source introductory textbook. The mission of OpenIntro is to make educational products that are free, transparent, and lower barriers to education.
How are resources tested?
The textbook and other resources have been tested by a wide range of instructors. For example, OpenIntro Statistics has been used at over a dozen distinct colleges, from courses at Edmonds Community College in Washington to Princeton University in New Jersey to the Indian Institute of Management in Ahmedabad, India. The feedback we've received from both students and teachers help us constantly improve the textbook and our other resources.
How is OpenIntro different?
Innovation is often driven by enthusiasm, not money. Our staff has volunteered thousands of hours to develop the best resources and make them available for f...