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"Easily create e-books, typeset PDFs, and web books. Choose from professionally designed book themes. One button publishing." Free and priced options.
OER Commons - Links to the authoring platform from OER Commons. Use Module Builder to create interactive content or Open Author to create course materials using text, files, images, etc. You will be prompted to set up an account to use this platform.
Creative Commons provides information on ways to legally share your online resources. Look here for information on the license to use when licensing your own material or citing someone else's material in your course.
All Creative Commons licenses have many important features in common. Every license helps creators retain copyright while allowing others to copy, distribute, and make some uses of their work — at least non-commercially. Every Creative Commons license also ensures licensors get the credit for their work they deserve. Every Creative Commons license works around the world and lasts as long as applicable copyright lasts (because they are built on copyright). These common features serve as the baseline, on top of which licensors can choose to grant additional permissions when deciding how they want their work to be used. From: https://creativecommons.org/licenses
BC Campus OpenEd Authoring Guide - Recommended reading for adapting and authoring OER. Some content is campus specific. This comprehensive guide includes nuts and bolts details about authoring OER. It also contains a discussion of various formats for open textbooks and a helpful section about permission to adapt OER for those timid about borrowing or adapting content (see section titled "Permission to Adapt").