Connecting the Dots for Affordable Content in Oklahoma

Over the past week, there have been a string of intersecting articles on OER and digital content that merit review. Having just participated in a statewide research project on affordable content on behalf of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education (OSRHE), these news items point both to important trends and faculty attitudes, as well as to specific needs with regards to research in this area.

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