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Textbooks, Textmaps, and LibreTexts

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Courses using LibreTexts

223 million

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OPEN

All Libretexts libraries are accessible to everyone via the internet, completely free. We believe everyone should have access to knowledge.

COMPREHENSIVE

The libraries are part of a huge network that provides not just single textbooks, but an infinitely large library through which new texts can be developed & shared.

TOPICAL

Always up to date, the Libretexts platform ensures consistency, the newest info available, and allows instructors to fine tune a project for their needs.

COMMUNITY

Libretexts grows via the efforts of a fantastic community of active collaborators. You can join!

INTERACTIVE

LibreTexts features many interactive visualizations for learning with greater understanding.

ACCESSIBLE

Not only is LibreTexts always accessible online, LibreTexts is promoting assistive technologies across the entire platform.




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Join our growing community

See the institutions that have already made the switch to LibreTexts!
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Everything my students need

My students have expressed deep gratitude for having access to a free eBook for my course. The ability to put the relevant chapter into my learning management system (Canvas) has been wonderful! The student has everything they need all in one place!

Dr. Jessica Coppola, Professor of Nutrition and Gerontology at Sacramento City College
Sophisticated and customizable

LibreText has enabled us to tightly align readings with course content in a way that is transparent to students. The integration of advanced technologies like NotaBene have also allowed us to create additional value (for free) for both instructors and students.

Dr. Marc T. Facciotti, Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the University of California, Davis