The Building Blocks of OER

We’ve put together an infographic of OER data for you to share with your colleagues, department chairs, and administrators. Let’s build relationships and keep the conversation going to increase OER awareness and adoption on campuses across the world.

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When we look at the numbers, we can agree that open educational resources (OER) make sense; OER saves students money by providing quality, innovative content and learning methods.

We’ve got a full-size JPEG version available for download. If you want to share, modify, or just view it in more detail, reach out to us via email or Twitter, and we can hook you up with the original vector image.

While this might be the end of our OER series, we’re not finished exploring open educational resources. What are your plans for OER? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter.

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Author: modelelearning

Our team explores instructional design and eLearning trends. We develop student-centered blended and online courses at Spring Arbor University in Spring Arbor, MI.

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