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A qualitative investigation of faculty Open Educational Resource usage in the Washington Community and Technical College System: Models for support and implementation
Chae, Boyoung · Jenkins, Mark · Washington State Board for Community & Technical Colleges [corporate]

PublishedJanuary 2015
PeriodicalPages 1-38
PublisherWashington State Board for Community & Technical Colleges
CountryUnited States

ABSTRACT
This report is based on interviews with 60 faculty in Washington’s community and technical college system which was built upon a previous state-wide survey with 770 faculty.

Faculty were queried about:

* how and why they chose to use OER
* six benefits (including student savings)
* six challenges of using OER
* nine supports from college and statewide stakeholders that could help them to expand their OER use

Keywords OER · OER benefits · OER challenges · OER policy · qualitative research

Published atWashington
RefereedDoes not apply
Rightsby/4.0/>Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
URLhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4eZdZMtpULyZC1NRHMzOEhRRzg/view
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