An Exploration of Open E-Textbook Reflections
Open MEM on the reflections of collaborative digital publishing. This is a continuous exploration into the digital reading microcosm.
This open MEM (e-Textbook) is a continuous reflection on the design, development, and deployment of digitally content, inspired through the process of electronically publishing the open source textbook – Creative clinical teaching in the health professions by Sherri Melrose, Caroline Park, and Beth Perry.
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