Beyond Affordability: How Open Educational Resources Positively Influence Student Success
August 24, 2021
Open Educational Resources (OER) are garnering a great deal of attention in higher education today—and not only because they save students money. The adoption of OER for course design and in course settings is also being found to address a range of student success challenges. This webinar situates recent research regarding OER within this national landscape, highlighting how they contribute to student success and providing concrete examples, strategies, and “lessons learned” from OER initiatives at an HBCU.
This is the third in a five-part series of webinars exploring assessment practices at Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Kate McConnellVice President for Curricular and Pedagogical Innovation and Executive Director of VALUE, AAC&U
Britt SpearsProgram Coordinator in the Office of Curricular and Pedagogical Innovation, AAC&U
Margaret CoxAssistant Professor—English, Languages, and Culture, Savannah State University
Lisa YountProfessor—Philosophy, Savannah State University
Eddie WatsonAssociate Vice President for Curricular and Pedagogical Innovation and Chief Information Officer, AAC&U