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College students in Rhode Island have saved nearly $900K on textbooks in a year
Roddy, Kate

Published28 September 2017
Publisheredscoop, Scoop News Group
CountryUnited States, North America

ABSTRACT
Through the same initiative, over 40 professors in the state have adopted openly licensed textbooks.

Keywords Digital Equity · Education IT News · Higher Ed · higher education · K-12 · OER · policy · Rhode Island · textbook

Published atWashington, D.C
RefereedDoes not apply
RightsCopyright 2018 Edscoop. All rights reserved.
URLhttps://edscoop.com/college-students-save-thousands-with-the-rhode-island-open-textbook-initiative
Access date3/15/2018
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