Create: A group of academics and librarians participated in a weekend hack to collaboratively write a textbook intended for use by undergraduate students in Communication and Media Studies around Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific.
Adapt: Arley Cruthers created a textbook which combines existing OER and original content. She revised the existing content so that it reflected Canadian content and language. She also changed names to reflect her classroom composition and added examples to reflect her students' diverse experiences.
Engage: Rajiv Jhangiani assigned students to write and peer-review multiple-choice questions in a Social Psychology class over a 10 week period. This enabled students to achieve a deeper level of understanding with questions improving over time. It was also a pragmatic way of creating a question bank for the open textbook which was used in the course.