Feel free to browse around our growing number of steadily improving books and be sure to check out our collection of featured books.
Wikibooks is very much a community effort, so feel free to improve and add to the existing content, start a new book, and join project-related discussions in the Wikibooks reading rooms.
- What is Wikibooks? – what Wikibooks includes, and what it does not include.
- Wikibooks for Wikimedians – for those coming from other Wikimedia projects.
- Guidelines for class projects – for creating structured production of textbooks by educational institutions.
- Policies and guidelines – requirements and conventions developed by the community.
Find a Book
There are many ways to find a book at Wikibooks. Try searching for it or browse through our catalog systems:
To quickly get up to speed on using Wikibooks, you should head over to the Help:Contents page.
Seeing how we're a community to foster the authoring of books, Wikibookians have written books that may help you in participating in the project:
Getting in touch
- Reading room, a forum to ask questions not answered in the FAQs or help pages.
- IRC channels – the fastest way to contact other Wikibookians
- Wikibooks mailing lists
- Bulletin board The place to look for news
Other Wikimedia projects
- Commons, a free-content media repository. (See Wikimedia Commons for background)
- Wikinews, a free-content news source. (See Wikinews for background)
- Wikipedia, an encyclopedia. (See Wikipedia for background)
- Wiktionary, a dictionary and thesaurus. (See Wiktionary for background)
- Wikiquote, a collection of quotations. (See Wikiquote for background)
- Wikisource, a collection of free source documents. (See Wikisource for background)
- Wikiversity, a collection of free learning tools. (See Wikiversity for background)
- Wikispecies, a free and open directory of all other forms of life.
- Wikivoyage, a diverse set of travel guides.
- Wikibooks Portal for a list of Wikibooks in other languages.