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A weird but true fact about textbook publishers and OER
Feldstein, Michael

PublishedNovember 2014
PeriodicalVolume November 27, 2014, Pages blog- posted on November 19, 2014
Publishere-Literate
CountryUnited States, North America

ABSTRACT
Michael Feldstein, as a consultant in the publishing business, discusses the future of OER in textbook publishing.

Keywords Creative Commons · OER as infrastructure · open license · open textbooks · OpenED · OpenStax

RefereedDoes not apply
URLhttp://mfeldstein.com/weird-true-fact-textbook-publishers-oer/
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