Welcome to bookleteer

bookleteer helps you to create and self-publish your own booklets, eBooks and StoryCubes. It's simple, quick, and it's free.

Make a handmade booklet using only your home printer and a pair of scissors. Read and share books anywhere online as digital bookreader editions. Have your booklet professionally printed and bound from as little as 50 copies at super low cost.

bookleteer is not like other self-publishing platforms: it has been designed by artists since 1999, evolving through an ongoing process of creative development inspired by the varied projects, situations and communities we have worked with. From the jungle of Papua New Guinea to the worlds of business and academia, bookleteer enables people to communicate and share ideas across multiple formats. bookleteer is paper and pixel; tactile and transmissible. It's what you need it to be.

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UnBias Fairness Toolkit Handbook

Proboscis has been working on a research project about algorithms, bias, trust and fairness with the University of Oxford, Horizon Digital Economy Institute (University of Nottingham) and the University of Edinburgh since September 2016. Our role has been to develop a “Fairness Toolkit” intended to stimulate awareness of these issues and to provide mechanisms for […]
 

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