The contents of the OER policy tool are intended to be adopted and adapted for use within a college or university’s culture. The OER policy tool is organized in three sections:
I. OER Policy Assumptions
II. OER Policy Components
III. OER Policy Resources
- Higher Education
- Material Type:
- Amanda Coolidge
- Daniel DeMarte
- Date Added:
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