Math instructor releases 2,600 videos under Creative Commons Attribution

Arizona Phoenix College math instructor James Sousa has been teaching math for 15 years at both the community college and K-12 levels. Over the years, he has developed more than 2,600 video tutorials on topics from arithmetic to calculus, and made these videos available on YouTube, originally under a CC BY-NC-SA license. His website and … Read More “Math instructor releases 2,600 videos under Creative Commons Attribution”

School of Open Kenya Initiative

This is a guest post by Kasyoka Mutunga, Precious Blood Secondary School Alumna and Executive Director of Jamlab, a community of former high school students providing peer mentorship, learning through the use of open educational resources, and using the Internet to objectively achieve their goals and actualize their ideas — while actively solving issues in … Read More “School of Open Kenya Initiative”

California Unveils Bill to Provide Openly Licensed, Online College Courses for Credit

California Seal of the AssemblyEdward Headington / CC BY Today California (CA) Senate President pro Tem Darrell Steinberg (author of the CA open textbook legislation) announced that SB 520 (fact sheet) will be amended to provide open, online college courses for credit. In short, the bill will allow CA students, enrolled in CA public colleges … Read More “California Unveils Bill to Provide Openly Licensed, Online College Courses for Credit”