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How to Turn an Online Course into a Book

By Heather Hedden / April 2010

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  • Mon, 12 Apr 2010
    Post by Mark Notess

    Heather, nice overview. Another self-publishing option worthy of consideration, for those who are motivated more by open knowledge sharing than by attempting to make (usually not very much) money off a book: Connexions (http://cnx.org/). This is a not-for-profit way to publish open access online textbook components instructors can mix and match with others.

  • Sun, 31 Jul 2005
    Post by Sharon

    I''m searching to see if anyone has produced a "how to" book instructing distance education students to use the required technologies. Do you have any ideas? Thanks. Sharon