Sharing Saylor.org Courses Across The Internet

Here at the Saylor Foundation, our mission is to make education freely available to all. Our primary focus is curating college-level courseware and making these courses freely available on www.saylor.org. However, we also want to ensure that individuals – students, professors, and anyone interested in polishing his or her knowledge in various subject areas – […]

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Open Textbook Challenge Wave I Winners: Fourth Textbook Released!

Late last week, we announced the fourth and final text to be accepted in Wave I of our Open Textbook Challenge! Mathematical Analysis I, a text written by the late Elias Zakon of the University of Windsor, was submitted by Dr. Bradley Lucier thanks to a joint effort between Lucier and Zakon’s daughter Tamara Zakon. […]

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Open Textbook Challenge Wave I Winners Announced!!

This morning, we were so excited to announce the first round winners and accepted texts of the Saylor Foundation’s Open Textbook Challenge! We were utterly impressed by each of the submissions we received in this first wave of our Challenge, and found that three of the texts really fit our course needs. We’re thrilled to […]

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Newsflash: Open Textbook Challenge Wave II deadline extended!

We are excited to announce today that we will be extending the Wave II deadline of our Open Textbook Challenge! Yes, you heard that right: we’ve decided to push back our Wave II deadline to May 31, 2012. There are a few reasons why we felt prospective OTC candidates should have some extra time to prepare their […]

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Tell me, where in the world … are you!?

Nothing makes us happier than knowing that we are making a difference in the lives of Saylor.org students. Over the past few months, we’ve gotten some great, unsolicited feedback from Saylor.org users, including emails and notes telling us where our students are studying from, what courses they’re taking, and how they’re taking the knowledge of […]

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