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Online library resources can be integrated into course materials; in some cases, a multi-user licensed ebook may be a good text option. Below are some suggested databases/sources:
Kerrey Woughter is the library liaison to the CIT Department. Reach her at email@example.com or 995-1063.
MathBook XML A lightweight XML application for authors of scientific articles, textbooks and monographs.
Integrating WeBWorK into TextbooksSample Exercises
And this is how they can work together. Create your textbook in MathBook XML and your homework using the bank of exercises in WeBWork. Embed the homework directly into the textbook.
WeBWorK-MathBook XML Bridge Project Complete
Learn more about the Open Oregon project linking these resources together.
Ebook Central is a collection of 120,000 academic ebooks available to NMC students. If you would like to use an ebook as a textbook, the library may be able to purchase a multi-user license.
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