Rebus Community: Open Textbook Adoption Form for Introduction to Philosophy series
Please complete this form if you have or are planning to adopt an open textbook from the Introduction to Philosophy open textbook series, published with support from the Rebus Community. If you'd like to use more than one book, or chapters from more than one book, we request you to submit the form separately for each.
If you prefer, you may send this information to the series editor, Christina Hendricks, via email--please find her email address on her page at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver:
Optional: email address
In case we'd like to follow up with you to get more information.
Please select the open textbook you are adopting (note that not all may have been published by the time you fill out the form!)
Introduction to the Philosophy of mind (Ed. Heather Salazar)
Introduction to Ethics (Ed. George Matthews)
Introduction to Logic (Ed. Benjamin Martin)
Introduction to Philosophy of Religion (Ed. Beau Branson)
Introduction to Aesthetics (Ed. Valery Vinogradovs)
Introduction to Metaphysics (Ed. Adriano Palma)
Introduction to Epistemology (Ed. Brian Barnett)
Introduction to Philosophy of Science (Ed. Eran Asoulin)
Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy
I am adopting
The whole book without doing any significant revisions (beyond minor grammatical or typo issues)
A few chapters
Half the book or more, but not the whole book
I am creating a revised version (beyond minor revisions for typos, grammar, etc.)
If you are created a revised version, please let us know if you are posting it publicly somewhere so we can link to it.
Class to be used or considered for:
Number of students per year (approximate)
What text do you currently use in your course? (If none or several, please indicate below)
Cost per student for current course materials (approximate)
How did you hear about this open textbook?
From the authors
I was approached to be a reviewer
I was a reviewer
From a colleague at my institution
From a colleague at another institution
Via the Rebus Community (newsletter, social media, etc.)
From other newsletter, listserv, or professional network (please specify below)
I am (please check all that apply):
Using the open textbook in my class in the upcoming semester or academic year
Considering the open textbook for use in future classes
Interested in staying in the loop about the project and hearing about updates to the books
Interested in contributing to discussions about possible future improvements to one or more books
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