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The OER adoption impact calculator, version 1.2
Wiley, David A.

PublishedDecember 2018
PublisherLumen Learning
CountryUnited States, North America

ABSTRACT
The OER Adoption Impact Calculator helps you understand many of the potential impacts of adopting OER instead of traditionally copyrighted learning materials. The values in the Settings on the left are set to defaults based on the published research referenced below. Change the Settings on the left so that they match the situation at your institution in order to see how replacing traditionally copyrighted materials with OER might benefit your students and institution. The information below will update in real time as you make changes.

Keywords calculator · OER adoption · OER impact · open education

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URLhttps://analytics.lumenlearning.com/impact/
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