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Valuing OER: From Student Affordability to Meaningful Learning Opportunities


Friday, April 13, 2018
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET

Many instructors have embraced Open Educational Resources (OER) as a way to take charge in addressing the rising expenses that their students bear en route to a college degree. Framing the value of OER around textbook cost, however, is only recognizing one of the qualities that make OER such a valuable innovation. In this webinar in our On the Open Road series, participants will learn how OER may sponsor new pedagogical strategies, dynamic learning environments, and improved student outcomes.

Jonathan Lashley serves as Senior Instructional Technologist at Boise State University, where he also teaches for the First-Year Writing Program. He is a Ph.D. candidate in Learning Sciences at Clemson University and his dissertation research focuses on the role that instructor values and training play in decisions about open textbook adoption. Named one of the first OER Research Fellows for the Open Education Group, Jonathan was recently awarded a Designing with OER (DOER) Fellowship for his work as an instructional designer.

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