Post Secondary Leadership and the OER Movement
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ER provide both opportunity and anxiety to University Administrators. While they see possible savings, at the same time they see new expenditures without accompanying revenues. Little understanding exists by either University administrators or by OER specialists on new economic models. While some studies have been done, there has been little in depth research as to what these new models might be and then how the post secondary system has to restructure itself to create a sustainable OER eco system. This within a post secondary system that has an inflation rate of 6% in a funding model that has allowed approximately 2 to 4% or even negative increases. This discussion will attempt to provide the OER movement with some insights as to alternatives.