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The textbooks

Each team defined the scope and content of each e-textbook, commissioning, creating, editing, clearing rights, proof-reading, designing, formatting, testing, disseminating and embedding in accordance with its proposed business, distribution, licencing and technological models. There is an emphasis on ensuring that these processes are sustainable over a period of time. Communicating lessons learned within the programme – and sharing this information with the wider Higher Education community – are key aspects of the programme.

Titles and authors of the e-textbooks are shown in the table below:

Institution Title 1 Title 2
University of Liverpool Essentials of Financial Management by Dr Jason Laws Using Primary Sources edited by Dr Jon Hogg
University of Nottingham Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability in Practice by Nottingham University Business School and the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility Applied Ethics by Professor Christopher Woodard and Dr Isobel Gois
UHI & Edinburgh Napier How To Produce A Research Dissertation by Professor Frank Rennie and Dr Keith Smyth Student Research Projects by Dr Keith Smyth and Professor Frank Rennie
UCL Reconstructive & Plastic Surgery edited by Dr Deepak Kalaskar Public Archaeology edited by Dr Gabriel Moshenska


A summary of the e-textbooks is available here

Full details of the proposed projects for each institution can be accessed from our case studies section.

Last updated:April 2017