Expanding the use of openly licensed materials in higher education and K-12 classrooms
Removing barriers to the free sharing of scholarly research
Building the body of cultural and creative works freely available to the public
Facilitating scientific collaboration and innovation through the free flow of data
Highlighting a new post from Jonathan Poritz, originally at https://mathematikoi.net/p0/. ————— Inflation-adjusted Textbook Pain Multiplier for Decision-Makers or [for OER experts] One of the Famous Graphs in the OER World is Backwards This essay is intended for OER practitioners and advocates, particularly in the United States (or some few other countries) where the financial impact of[…]
There remains massive potential for data integration between sectors to create comprehensive urban health profiles while also expanding industry within that city.
Over the past few years, the #GoOpen campaign has made big strides in encouraging adoption of openly licensed learning materials in K-12 education.
If schools made the switch to OER textbooks, they would not only be assisting their students financially, but they could also be fostering a better scholastic environment.