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The Common Core State Standards Initiative and its impact on OER
Bristow, Sara Frank

Alternate titleCase Study: The Common Core State Standards Initiative and its impact on OER
PublishedJanuary 2015
PeriodicalPages 1-23
PublisherSERO Consulting
CountryUnited States, North America

ABSTRACT
This case study, Deliverable 2 of SharedOER, examines the recent development of Open Educational Resources (OER) and syllabi within the context of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in the United States. It analyses the impact that these newly introduced (2010) standards have had on the production, reuse and dissemination of OER in a number of states, as well as across state borders. A review of current state-based OER policies and practices is provided, along with an inventory of relevant implementation guides and content repositories. This case study offers a snapshot of developments as seen in late autumn 2014 and might exclude initiatives established around or after that date.

Keywords CCSS · higher education · K-12 · literature review · OER barriers · OER collaborations · OER policy

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