Making the Case for Open Educational Resources

By C. Edward Watson and Rachel Rush-Marlowe

Open educational resources (OER) are openly licensed, no-cost educational materials, such as free online textbooks, that have been shown to have a variety of benefits for students and their learning.

As the title suggests, Making the Case for Open Educational Resources is designed to assist OER advocates in their work to craft persuasive presentations, publications, and arguments as they promote OER.

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Publication Details

  • Date Published: 2023
  • Pages: 36