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  1. Here are two textbooks I found:

    http://www.stitz-zeager.com LaTex code are available for download, so we can edit it. This book cannot be used as a MTH112 textbook.

    http://www.opentextbookstore.com/precalc/ Microsoft Word versions are available for download, so we can edit it. This book covers both MTH111 and MTH112 topics.

    Carl Yao

    PCC SE Campus Math Instructor


  2. Here are some links sent from the library:

    Math instructors who are interested in moving to OER can take a look at the American Institute of Mathematics Open Textbooks Page for a complete listing of approved open textbooks. 

    In terms of what's coming along that they might be able to adopt next year via the current Open Oregon grant, please let faculty know about our upcoming webinar: Enabling Successful, Accessible OER in Mathematics with a WeBWorK-MathBook XML BridgeDec 2, 2-3. This webinar will address not only building open, interactive math textbooks but also what's already available for use.