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Bober, Chris – Education Libraries, 2017
Open educational resources (OER), which have existed over 15 years, consists of, in principle, fully open educational content, available for free to all and are adaptable to serve the needs of the user. They were created as a response to the high cost of textbooks and as a means of leveling the playing field in terms of ensuring equal access to…
Descriptors: Educational Resources, Access to Education, Equal Education, Shared Resources and Services
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Frederiksen, Linda – Public Services Quarterly, 2013
Proponents of Open Educational Resources (OER) point to numerous ways that a new approach to thinking about teaching and learning can break down barriers, making education accessible, available, and affordable to all. Digitized educational material that can be used, reused, translated, customized, and shared by faculty, students, and researchers…
Descriptors: Open Source Technology, Library Role, Electronic Publishing, Literature Reviews