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    Criminal Procedure: Undergraduate Edition Author:

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    Contributors: Smith, Trachtenberg, and Alexander

    Publisher: Michigan State University

    License: CC BY-NC-SA

    An open textbook for undergraduate Criminal Procedure courses that are typically required of criminal justice majors. The book uses U.S. Supreme Court opinions to illuminate the definition of rights concerning search and seizure, right to counsel, and other aspects of the criminal justice process. This open textbook seeks to make undergraduates familiar with judicial reasoning as well as the definitions of rights relevant to individuals who are drawn into contact with criminal justice officials. The chapters give significant attention to police procedures and individual rights under the Fourth Amendment related to searches, including those using warrants and the situations in which warrant searches are permissible. The book also covers rights in the context of police interrogation, including Miranda warnings and exceptions to the Miranda rule. In addition, there is coverage of the exclusionary rule, right to counsel, plea bargaining, and trial rights. It concludes with a brief examination of rights related to sentencing. This resource challenges undergraduates to understand the development and changes affecting rights as new decisions are issued by the U.S. Supreme Court.

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    Read more about Transactional Drafting: Introduction to Contract Drafting and Transactional Practice

    Transactional Drafting: Introduction to Contract Drafting and Transactional Practice

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    Contributor: Fernandez

    Publisher: Ben Fernandez

    License: CC BY-NC-SA

    Transactional Drafting: Introduction to Contract Drafting and Transactional Practice contains a condensed presentation of all of the topics typically covered in an upper-level law school class on contract drafting. The book covers drafting from scratch including writing in plain English (not using legalese), avoiding ambiguity, and drafting covenants, rights and prohibitions consistently (using "will" or "shall" for covenants, "may" for rights, and "will not" or "shall not" for prohibitions). And it covers contract organization, from the title and the exordium to the core covenant, deal provisions and "boilerplate," to the testimonium and the signature blocks. The book also includes material on getting up to speed before you start drafting and brainstorming for contingencies after you have finished. In addition to drafting from scratch the book introduces students to the wide range of skills involved in transactional practice. There are chapters on revising form documents, both when you are the original drafter and when you represent the other side. Also, the book includes chapters on negotiating contract language, handling a closing (i.e., verifying authority and getting the documents signed), dealing with ethical issues that arise in contract drafting and execution, drafting a contract amendment, and using computers to draft contracts. Transactional Drafting includes everything students need to know to “hit the ground running” as a transactional attorney.

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    Civil Rights and Liberties

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    Contributors: Solberg, Clairmont, Jeknic, Mason, and Metzdorf

    Publisher: Open Oregon Educational Resources

    License: CC BY

    This volume focuses on the constitutional doctrine and law in the areas of civil rights and liberties. It contains excerpts of landmark cases covering the first amendment, second amendment, fourteenth amendment and the right to privacy. The excerpts include the constitutional issues in these cases that are related to civil rights and liberties with other questions of law and dicta omitted.

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    Sexuality, the Self, and Society

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    Contributors: Rahman, Bowman, and Jackson

    Publisher: Susan Rahman

    License: CC BY

    Content included in Sexuality, the Self, and Society is aligned with the typical scope for an introductory, interdisciplinary Human Sexuality Textbook. It is written to be a complete text for a semester length course but could be used, in part, reorganized, or edited in true OER fashion. It is meant to be accessible, relevant, and inclusive. It also will not remain static meaning that the author will continue to update periodically and those who adopt may do so as they see fit.

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    Read more about Biomedical Engineering for Africa

    Biomedical Engineering for Africa

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    Contributor: Douglas

    Publisher: University of Cape Town Libraries

    License: CC BY-SA

    Health technology innovation in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), including countries in Africa, falls far short of meeting the healthcare needs of these settings. The result is a heavy reliance on products and technologies imported from industrialised countries that are often not suited to, or sustainable for, LMICs.

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    Read more about The Path to Funding: The Artist’s Guide to Building Your Audience, Generating Income, and Realizing Career Sustainability

    The Path to Funding: The Artist’s Guide to Building Your Audience, Generating Income, and Realizing Career Sustainability

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    Contributors: Forshee, Manceor, and McGinness

    Publisher: The Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University

    License: CC BY

    Based on coursework developed at Peabody Conservatory, this book breaks down the process of developing an artist mission statement, generating new ideas for creative projects, and creating an engaging project description. It also covers methods for artists to identify their audience, generate a comprehensive project budget, collect compelling work samples, and identify potential funders to support their creative work. Written by a team of active artists and educators, this resource provides creatives with tools and strategies to communicate passionately and effectively about their work and take control of their financial and artistic future.

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    Read more about Using Open Educational Resources to Promote Social Justice

    Using Open Educational Resources to Promote Social Justice

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    Contributors: Adams, Anderson, Becknell, Ivory, and Pashia

    Publisher: Association of College and Research Libraries

    License: CC BY-NC

    As so often is the case, the idea for this book came from a twisting path. Not long after we began collaborating and presenting together at conferences, we were invited to draft a chapter on critical race theory (CRT) in academic libraries. An invited chapter is, of course, very flattering, so we proceeded without much thought to who the publisher would be. Angela had been working on social justice issues for a while at that point, while CJ had a wealth of expertise on open educational resources (OER). We merged our two areas of expertise in drafting that chapter, discussing OER as an opportunity to not only save students money but incorporate CRT into the curriculum—both in content and in practice.

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    Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics

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    Contributor: Yu Yan

    Publisher: BCcampus

    License: CC BY-NC-SA

    The book is most suitable for a one-term, introductory engineering thermodynamics course at the undergraduate level. It may also be used for self-learning of fundamental concepts of classical thermodynamics.

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    Read more about The Art of Polynomial Interpolation

    The Art of Polynomial Interpolation

    Contributor: Murphy

    Publisher: Pennsylvania State University

    License: CC BY-NC

    The inspiration for this text grew out of a simple question that emerged over a number of years of teaching math to Middle School, High School and College students.

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    Read more about Where Does Art Come From?

    Where Does Art Come From?

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    Contributor: McCurdy

    Publisher: Mavs Open Press

    License: CC BY

    Who am I? What is beautiful? Where do babies come from? These questions populate our lives and inform our perceptions of the world. Explore these questions according to the expressions of artists from all over the world. Go beyond Western art to consider where art comes from and how it impacts all of us.

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