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Montana Higher Education's Open Initiative
Christina Trunnell

Published16 November 2020
Type of workStatewide Report
InstitutionTreasure State Academic Information & Library Services
CountryUnited States, North America

This report details the first year of Montana's joining the field of open education. From planning, coordination, strategic goals, key activities, and key outcomes, the first year of this initiative demonstrated successful emergence into open education. The Montana University System and TRAILS, the state academic library consortium, partnered to make this initiative happen. This partnership is unique as it pairs public, tribal, and private institutions together to support and build a truly collaborative statewide effort.

Keywords statewide · OER report

Published atMontana
RefereedDoes not apply
RightsCC BY-ND
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