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March 4 – 8 was Open Education Week, a global event which aims to raise awareness of a wide variety of open educational practices and the benefits they bring to education. The week is organized each year by the Open...
ODEE is looking for participants for a Spring Content Camp, which will gather expert faculty from around the country to create textbook-agnostic assessment banks that can be used (for free!) by instructors.
In the process of making learning affordable, how do we know we’re not sacrificing the quality of educational resources? Is there a way to get a general idea of how students perceive free or low-cost digital materials? A team of researchers at The Ohio State University wanted to find out.