Posted by: bluesyemre | August 3, 2020

#OpenPedagogy Approaches (Faculty, #Library, and Student Collaborations)


This book has received outstanding support from the generous “community of open” at every crucial juncture along its development. Every time we put out a call—for chapter proposals, for peer reviewers, for copy editors—the response was swift and plentiful.

Along with the particular individuals named below, we’d like to extend warm appreciations to this entire community. This is for all of you.

Special Thanks
To Robin DeRosa, for contributing a powerful opening foreword and being a tireless inspiration to us all
To Rajiv Jhangiani, for early feedback and thoughtful advice
To Allison Brown, for savvy guidance and true bookmaking artistry at every point in the process
To Amanda Wentworth, for picking up the pieces more than once
To Sarah Siddiqui and Deborah F. Rossen-Knill, for clutch peer reviews
To Alina Holmes, for clutch copyediting, and Justina Brown, for connecting her to us
To the Rebus Community broadly, our Rebus Textbook Success Program peer cohort led by Apurva Ashok particularly, for guiding us through
To the SPARC Open Education Leadership Program, for their continued support and connections
To Amy Hofer, Mona Ramonetti, and Raffaella Borasi, for opportunities to share the work from our book-in-progress
To the University of Rochester’s Rush Rhees Library, SUNY Geneseo’s Milne Library, and SUNY Geneseo’s Computing and Information Technology (CIT), for immense support as we started this venture and saw it through to its successful conclusion. Particular thanks to Mary Ann Mavrinac, vice provost and Andrew H. and Janet Dayton Neilly Dean of the University of Rochester Libraries.

One more big thank you to Allison Brown, for the book’s cover design.

Alexis Clifton
Senior Instructional Support Specialist
SUNY Geneseo

Kimberly Davies Hoffman
Head of Outreach, Learning, and Research Services at the River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester


Milne Publishing
Milne Library, SUNY Geneseo

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