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Filmed in Chicago at Engage 2017, this panel covers OER adoption and the future of content.
Many institutions are looking to Open Educational Resources (OER) as a cost-saving solution to increasingly expensive textbooks and educational content. So far, professors have been slow to embrace OER, questioning its quality and provenance. In this session, educators who’ve both authored and adopted OER discuss the pros and cons, and why they’ve ultimately embraced OER as the future of teaching and academic community-building.
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Panel: The Pros and Cons of OER
Type: Live recording
Duration: 45:27 minutes
PJ Glandon, Kenyon College, Economics
David Harris, Editor-in-Chief, OpenStax, Rice University
Colleen Knight, Coastal College of Georgia, Chemistry