OER revolution in higher ed

Excelsior College, an Albany, New York-based institution offering online degrees to adult learners, has eliminated textbooks from 80 of its courses. That now saves students in just its business and technology programs about $570,000 annually, says Kimberly Barss, a lead instructional designer at the college’s Center for Online Education, Learning and Academic Services.

– an excerpt from the “OER revolution in higher ed” article

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