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Open access textbook task force final report
Open Acess Textbooks Task Force [corporate]

PublishedFebruary 2010
PeriodicalPages 109
CountryUnited States, North America

ABSTRACT
This report is divided into two sections.
Section 1 provides foundational information to understand open access textbooks – a brief chronological history, a definition of relevant terms, and an expanded rationale for open access textbooks.
Section 2 presents a plan to promote open access textbooks and their use in Florida, including components mandated in legislation.

Keywords OER history · distance learning · higher education · national educational policy · textbooks

Languageeng
URLhttp://www.theorangegrove.org/pdf/OATTF_Final_Report_All_sections.pdf
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