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OER outreach for newbies, part III: Embracing the messiness
Crissinger, Sarah

Published12 April 2016
Type of workBlog
PublisherACRLog, Association of College and Research Libraries
CountryUnited States, North America

ABSTRACT
This post is the third in a three-part series devoted to OER outreach (here are the first and second posts). I’ll use this post to advocate for more transparency from the library open education community in order to encourage OER newbies to take risks and share mistakes.

Keywords academic libraries · OER · open education

RefereedDoes not apply
Rights© 1996–2018 American Library Association
URLhttps://acrlog.org/2016/04/12/oer-part3/
Access date2018
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