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Open access books by Bond authors

Bond University Library is participating in a CAUL OER Collective e-textbook publication scheme which supports academic authors in developing OER books that not only fill a gap in a Bond University course resource list but are valuable resources available to university students throughout Australasia and the world on the Pressbooks platform. We have now published two open access textbooks by Bond University authors.

Library Services is pleased to report that two Bond University publications are making an early impact in the CAUL supported OER scheme as they are among the first three ebooks to appear in the OER Collective catalogue

The two Bond University OER ebooks, written by accomplished Faculty of Law authors, have been published within the last six months and are accumulating impressive use statistics.  

The Law Clinic Experience 

Are you about to start your legal clinical experience, or are already immersed in a clinic or placement? This new book, by Francina Cantatore,  will provide you with helpful insights and advice so you can enjoy the legal clinic experience and make the most of it!

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Svantesson on the Law of Obligations

The law of obligations is presented as a useful concept in bringing attention to the increasing overlap between various areas of civil law.

This book focuses on Australian law and addresses common law rules of contract, tort and restitution. 

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Scholarly publishing & open access

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Open access resources

Information for Bond Alumni and the community about freely available online resources.

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Books by Bond authors collection

Browse our growing collection of open access books by Bond authors

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