Tag Archives: OER

About The New Florida Virtual Campus Survey On Textbooks

By Phil HillMore Posts (443) As long-time readers know, I strongly believe that the national discussion about the costs of textbooks and course materials is more productive when we focus on actual student behaviors and impacts, rather than artificial numbers … Continue reading

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About That Cengage OER Survey

By Phil HillMore Posts (443) Last month Cengage Learning released a white paper titled “Open Educational Resources (OER) and the Evolving Higher Education Landscape” where the headline called out expected increases in OER adoption: Open Educational Resources (OER) in higher education have … Continue reading

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New OER Survey: The disconnect between faculty caring and assigning

By Phil HillMore Posts (443) In 2012 the Babson Survey Research Group (BSRG) put out a new report on usage and perceptions of open educational resources (OER) usage in higher education. Covered in this blog post, the 2012 report was really … Continue reading

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Is Open Education a Movement?

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1092) Phil and I had a wonderful time co-keynoting the OpenEd 2015 conference. It was a hoot. Here is the spectacular graphic depiction of the keynote done by Tracy Kelly from BC Campus: And here is … Continue reading

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Vendors as Traditional Revolutionaries

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1092) In a post titled “The LMS for Traditional Revolutionaries,” Instructure’s VP of Research and Education for Canvas Jared Stein responded to my LMS rant with some numbers and some thoughts about the role of the … Continue reading

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