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Open educational resources and the higher education environment:A leadership opportunity for libraries
West, Quill and Jensen, Kristi

PublishedApril 2015
JournalCollege & Research Libraries News
Volume 76, Issue 4, Pages 215-218

ABSTRACT
Two speakers from the SPARC-ACRL Forum at the 2015 ALA Midwinter Meeting, Kristi Jensen and Quill West, have graciously agreed to share their insights into open educational resources (OER) in this month’s column. They approach this topic from different perspectives and assert that libraries can play a pivotal role in transforming teaching and learning by supporting the adoption of OER.

Keywords libraries ·  · OER adoption

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