Recent Submissions

  • Libraries, OERs, and Open Access 

    Fabbro, Elaine; Elliott, Colin; Conroy, Rachel (2013-11-05)
    Athabasca University (AU) and Athabasca University Library have a long history in supporting and promoting Open Access. AU was the first university in Canada to adopt an Open Access Research Policy and has led many other ...
  • Cost Savings and User Perceptions of OER 

    Hilton III, John (2013-11-05)
    The high cost of textbooks is of concern not only to college students but also to society as a whole. Open textbooks promise the same educational benefits as traditional textbooks; however, their efficacy remains largely ...
  • OERu: Blending more affordable education futures 

    Mackintosh, Wayne (2013-11-05)
    The OER university (OERu) is an international collaboration of universities, polytechnics and community colleges from five continents using open education approaches to provide more affordable education for all students ...
  • Why think about culture in remix? 

    Amiel, Tel (2013-11-05)
    Remix is touted as one of the most important practices within the field of open educational resources (OER). But remixing is still not mainstream practice in education and the barriers and limitations to remix are not well ...
  • What are MOOCs doing to the Open Education? 

    Siemens, George (2013-11-05)
    Higher education is now entering its second year of MOOC hype. The stream of almost daily pronouncements of additional universities joining existing MOOC providers, new funding, new MOOC offerings, and new reports continues ...

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