Open textbooks for the 40 highest enrolled, first- and second-year subject areas in British Columbia's public, post-secondary system.
Free ebooks on Econometrics, Finance, and Marketing. These books are free to share, embed, or distribute. However there is a cost associated with modifying or adapting.
The Research Methods Knowledge Base at conjoint.ly is a web-based textbook covering all aspects of the research process. The author grants permission to use this work in a course, a long as it links to the website directly.
Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT) is a curated resource of free and online textbooks.
Initiated by Rice University, their free textbooks are developed and peer-reviewed to ensure they meet the scope and sequence requirements of college courses
Created by the University of Minnesota to support development of high-quality open textbooks in various subjects.
Consider filling in some of the gaps by using library resources, such as e-books and articles, instead of requiring purchase of a textbook. Contact your Library Liaison to get started.