Wikibooks:Wikibooks in the media
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- Jimmy Wales Joins Open Textbook Organization. Compares CK-12 to Wikibooks, but writes that Wikibooks is GFDL licensed.
- Online multimedia textbooks: Follow-up Strong criticism of Wikibooks from the academic community, although mentioning that Wikibooks is a significant alternative to the traditional textbook development community.
- Searing in Flavor by The Monitor cites Wikibooks' Cookbook twice
- Bang goes your buck by The Hindu Business Online references Wikibooks materials twice, but credits us as... Wikipedia
- Digital school books feasibe? by The Washington Times mentions Global Text Project and Wikibooks
- There have been numerous news reports recently about the Global Text Project, created by Rick Watson (aka User:Rick/User:Rtw), which usually mention the prototype book for the project was "XML: Managing Data Exchange" at Wikibooks. Just one example of the news reports is The Global Text Project at Technology News Daily.
- Desktop: Free textbooks anyone? by the Jerusalem Post, 31 Aug 2006
- Wikibooks is mentioned in the second edition of The World Is Flat, Thomas L. Friedman's book on globalization, along with other Wikimedia projects, 18 April 2006
- Imagine textbooks in a new form by Philadelphia Inquirer, 19 Feb 2006
- techtarget.com 10 Feb 2006
- Wikibooks cited as source of publication about computer security
- Wiki uni gets an online push by Australian IT, 18 Jan 2006
- All Systems Go: The Newly Emerging Infrastructure to Support Free Books by Ben Crowell, 28 Dec 2005
- Wikibooks to offer free eTexts for education by eSchool News, 2 Nov 2005
- Wikibooks offers free text database online by dailyorange, 30 Sep 2005
- Wikibooks takes on textbook industry by CNET, 28 Sep 2005
- The Hindu, 27 Oct 2003
- K-12 Open Source in Schools, 1 Sep 2003