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An action plan for building a statewide infrastructure to support OER in Florida's public institutions of higher education
The OATER Task Force [corporate]

PublishedSeptember 2016
Type of workReport
PeriodicalPages 1-60
PublisherOpen Access Textbook and Educational Resources Task Force, Florida Academic Library Services Cooperative (FALSC)
EditorDygert, Claire
RegionNorth America

This report provides recommendations to the Florida Virtual Campus from the Open Access Textbook and Educational Resources (OATER) Task Force on how to build an infrastructure to support OER efforts on a statewide basis in Florida. The recommendations are supported by the results of a survey distributed to teaching faculty, librarians, and instructional design specialists in the state university and college systems.

Keywords MERLOT · OER · OER Commons · OER marketing · OER research

Published atGainesville, FL
RefereedDoes not apply
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