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Marking OER Courses: Best Practices and Case Studies

Education

Team

Michelle Reed

Project Manager

Jessica Kirschner

Lead Editor

Sarah Hare

Lead Editor

Maurice O'Connor

Contributor

Abbey Elder

Contributor

Jennifer Raye

Contributor

Jessica Dai

Contributor

Rajiv Jhangiani

Contributor

Nathan Smith

Contributor

Liz Thompson

Contributor

Jeanne Hoover

Contributor

About this Project

Marking OER Courses: Best Practices and Case Studies will expand the “Texas Toolkit for OER Course Markings” (a SPARC-affiliated project) to help higher education institutions across the country implement course marking for open and affordable educational resources. This practical guide will provide case studies, summarize relevant state legislation, provide tips for working with stakeholders, and analyze technological and process considerations.

The book will consist of two main sections. The first will provide high-level analysis of the technology, legislation, and cultural change needed to operationalize course markings. The second will present tangible case studies for those interested in how others have implemented course markings.

Please note that new members will not be added to this project until they have introduced themselves and expressed interest in participating in a specific portion of the project in the activities section. See the Call for Proposals below for additional information about joining the project team.

Recognition

The resource resulting from this project will be published under a CC BY 4.0 license by Mavs Open Press using Pressbooks. The book will also be available for purchase in print. All contributing authors, editors, and reviewers will be credited in the book’s acknowledgments and metadata. Additional attribution will accompany individual chapters or sections, as appropriate. Contributors will also be featured in promotional materials.

Activities