Gladiators, fragment, Roman, 300-400 AD, marble and limestone mosaic - Galleria Borghese - Rome, Italy

Spectacles in the Roman World – A Source Book

An open textbook developed by Siobhán McElduff (CNERS) of primary sources on Roman games and spectacles in their various forms.

The Laws of Settlement – 54 Laws Underlying Settlements Across Scale and Culture

The Laws of Settlement – 54 Laws Underlying Settlements Across Scale and Culture

An open textbook by Erick Villagomez (SCARP) on the the laws underlying human settlements of all sizes and across all cultures.

The Mission, the Message, and the Medium – Science and Risk Communication in a Complex World

The Mission, the Message, and the Medium – Science and Risk Communication in a Complex World

An open textbook developed by Chelsea Himsworth, Kaylee Byers, and Jennifer Gardy (PPH) on science ccommunication.

Principles of Social Psychology (1st International Edition) – Adaptation for UBC PSYC 308A

Principles of Social Psychology (1st International Edition) – Adaptation for UBC PSYC 308A

An adaption of the Principles of Social Psychology open textbook by Dr. Benjamin Cheung (Psychology) including removing the section on leadership, condensing and merging the chapters on competition and cooperation into the chapter on working groups.

Let’s Read French Books

Let’s Read French Books

An open textbook created by Somayeh Kamranian (FHIS) to make reading literary books easier for the students by creating an open textbook reader using Public Domain 19th century French literature.

Laboratory Manual for Introduction to Physical Geography, First British Columbia Edition

Laboratory Manual for Introduction to Physical Geography, First British Columbia Edition

A cross-institutional open textbook project from British Columbia (BC), Canada that provides 22 labs to be implemented within first year post-secondary physical geography courses.

UBC Library – Open Education Impact & Activity Report

UBC Library – Open Education Impact & Activity Report

A brief open education impact and activity report from UBC Library for September 2019-April 2020.