Wiki on research methods
I've now made it into a Wiki (well, the text, anyway). Anyone is free to read it, and edit it. You can find it at www.researchmethodsinpsychology.com.
By the nature of Wikis, it's free as in beer, and free as in speech. I wonder if it's an interesting idea to let students write or change a textbook. Maybe they won't. I'm wondering how much of a role I should / will play. Those 50,000 (or so) words were my baby. Will I get upset if people mash them around? As it says on every editing page "If you don't want your writing to be edited mercilessly, then don't submit it here." Will I have urges to correct things I believe to be wrong? Will it get too big for me to keep track of whether things are wrong? (I doubt it, but you never know).
It's got Google ads on it, which means that it might make me back the $6/month that I spend on hosting. But I suspect it won't quite.