Open Educational Resources: New and Expanding Needs
As the price of both tuition and textbooks rises dramatically, students, educators, and even legislators are increasingly turning to Open Educational Resources (OER) for a more sustainable alternative. Institutions interested in launching an OER initiative must consider:
- How the latest OER research applies to your institution and students
- How to plan an OER initiative, including securing funding, finding campus partnerships, and sustainability
- Where to find existing OER materials on campus
- Technical and support needs for the new materials.
In this webinar, Tessa Handa of bepress Consulting Services provides an overview of the OER landscape and how library services can serve a variety of OER materials. Tessa's presentation includes a diverse set of examples of successful OER initiatives.
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