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The Canada OER group: Saving students money from coast to coast
Beattie, Erin

Published29 June 2016
PublisherBCcampus
CountryCanada, North America

ABSTRACT
To combat the inflated prices of textbooks across Canada, many provinces are working together towards a common goal – to save students money....

Keywords Alberta OER · B.C. Open Textbook Project · BCcampus · Campus Manitoba · Canada OER Group · eCampusAlberta · eCampusOntario · Open Textbook Collection

RefereedDoes not apply
RightsAttribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
URLhttps://bccampus.ca/2016/06/29/the-canada-oer-group-saving-students-money-from-coast-to-coast/
Access date21 February 2019
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