This page provides a record of changes made to this toolkit. Each set of edits is acknowledged with a 0.1 increase in the version number. The exported files for this toolkit reflect the most recent version.
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|1.0||March 29, 2016||Open creation of this guide is added to the B.C. Open Textbook Collection|
|1.1||September 11, 2018||Completion of guide||Updates and changes log [Word file]|
|1.2||September 27, 2018||Updated Pressbooks for B.C. and the Yukon page.||Added information about our intention to allow faculty at private post-secondary institutions to create Pressbooks accounts.|
|1.3||October 9, 2018||New Pressbooks webinar recordings available.||Updated the following Pressbooks webinar recordings: Introduction and Intermediate 3.|
|1.4||October 17, 2018||Updated info about Pressbooks webinars and Pressbooks Tutorial videos.
Added info about new features as part of Oct 18 upgrade: media attributions and cover generator.
|Pressbooks webinars were discontinued on October 10, 2018. These will be replaced by approximately 40 Pressbooks Tutorial videos in a catalogue and embedded in this guide (added as created).|
|1.5||November 15, 2018||Corrected Hyperlink Material chapter.||Method used for internal links is different for BCcampus Pressbooks instance. This was clarified.|
|1.6||December 21, 2018||Updates to the Guide based on a December 21 Pressbooks Update||
|1.7||January 17, 2019||Embedded 34 tutorial videos and added more info about the Dec 21 update.||
|1.8||March 29, 2019||Updated BCcampus contact email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org were replaced with BCcampus Support|
|1.9||April 11, 2019||Added info to “LaTeX for Formulas” chapter.||Added section called “When should LaTeX be used.”|
|1.10||June 5, 2019||Updated email domains for self-serve account creation.||Affected chapter: “Pressbooks for B.C. and the Yukon”|
|1.11||June 6, 2019||Removed mentions of the “Search and Import” feature.
Changed the book’s theme to Clarke.