We recently had the opportunity to bring our whole team together for a few days in Southeastern France. For some of us this was the first time we actually met in person, after having worked together for several years. We stayed ... read more
We can’t believe it’s been 10 years since the first Book Sprint. At the time, Adam Hyde was leading the community and platform for sharing free and open source software documentation, FLOSS Manuals. He was looking for innovative ways to ... read more
Since 2014, Cisco has produced 12 books with Book Sprints. These include: Cisco DNA Assurance: Unlocking the Power of Data Cisco Enterprise Wireless: Intuitive Wi-Fi Starts Here Cisco IOS XE Programmability: Automating Device Lifecycle Management Cisco Ultra M Troubleshooting Guide ... read more
USAID Power Africa Program has produced a series of three books with Book Sprints – called the ‘Understanding Series’ – since 2015, and through the experience have discovered a new way to tackle policy development in their work. A ... read more
Here we are, DAY 2 in San Diego campus booksprinting to produce a collection of resources on different ways to approach how to center marginalized community’s knowledge online. Whose Knowledge? is behind the initiative. This impressive non-profit association defends and ... read more
Our recent Book Sprint in Cambridge was unique because the founder of Book Sprints, Adam Hyde brought his organization, the Collaborative Knowledge Foundation (Coko) together to do a Book Sprint. He also got to participate for the first time in a methodology ... read more
It’s a question we often get asked. Typically the people working with us are more concerned with producing and distributing knowledge as quickly as possible so traditional publishing houses don’t appeal. However this is not a rule. The first book ... read more
What does it look like when a group of people get together, led by a facilitator, to write a book in five days? Some photos from the last Sprint tell the story. The improbable mission: ‘You mean an actual book, ... read more
We are in the middle of our first Book Sprint for Publish What You Pay an international coalition of civil society organisations working to ensure transparency and accountability in oil, gas and mining. Participants are from eight countries and all PWYP members ... read more
Last week in three and a half days, the PubSweet community wrote the first guide for using and contributing to the open source toolkit for publishing workflows. Among the participants were developers from the Collaborative Knowledge Foundation and publishers from eLife, Hindawi, and EBI. The book is ... read more
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