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Free textbooks gain support among campus tech leaders
Wexler, Ellen

Published2015
JournalThe Chronicle of Higher Education
Issue 10, Pages 17
PublisherChronicle of Higher Education, Inc.
CountryUnited States, North America

ABSTRACT
COLLEGE TECHNOLOGY officials appear more optimistic these days about open-source textbooks and open educational resources –teaching and learning materials that can be used at no cost. According to the latest [...]

Keywords educational technology – surveys · information technology workers – surveys · technology in education · United States

ISSN0009-5982
RightsCopyright 2015 Chronicle of Higher Education, Inc.
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