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Student Perceptions of Faculty using OER
Student Perceptions of College Faculty Who Use OER
Interesting study to learn about how faculty are perceived of their choice of textbook materials.
Recognizing Open in Promotion and Tenure
Driven by student government advocacy, one university's change to its promotion and tenure guide highlights an important way institutions can incentivize open practices and provide a model for others to follow.
Where Are All the Faculty in the Open Education Movement?
Ohio State University faculty experience about OER movement.
This study is one in a series designed to explore the process by which faculty members select and use the educational materials employed in their courses. The most common of these is the required textbook: faculty members typically choose one or more books that all students are required to use throughout the course.