Tuesday 25 December 2018
Open educational resources can provide access to high-quality resources while offsetting the costs of traditional textbooks, but there is an array of costs associated with the "free" approach.
In this EDUCAUSE article, Nichole Karpel and Bruce Schneider explore the issues involved in implementing OER and finds that although OER content is free or low-cost, the curation, management, and assessment are not, and the costs can be significant.
Tuesday 25 September 2018
Wednesday 1 August 2018
Report from University of Georgia on research that looks at how courses using OER impact student success and academic achievement.
Thursday 5 April 2018
An article from eLearniningInside giving some background to the Affordable College Textbook Act (H.R. 3840/S. 1864) in America and a recent commitment from Congress to fund a pilot project in the area.
Friday 27 October 2017
Sunday 15 October 2017
Monday 21 August 2017
Titled as a guide to sharing your knowledge and creativity with the world, and sustaining your operation while you do, the authors, Paul Stacey and Sarah Hinchliff have written a book showing the world how sharing can be good for business — but with a twist.