Making Learning Content Affordable in Oklahoma

The decision about what learning materials are used in a course remains the domain of faculty. One obvious key to effecting increased affordable content adoptions – and thus reducing costs and boosting efficacy (see here and here) – is to examine and address the current obstacles or frustrations faculty report regarding finding and using affordable content.

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