It’s time to get serious about open educational resources - Steven Murphy, Times Higher Ed

In an era of mounting student debt in many countries, this is unsustainable. But what are we in higher education doing to change this reality? Open educational resources (OER) is a term that was introduced in 2000 at a Unesco conference to refer to course materials that are hosted online and available to all. We have seen a range of actors, including the government of British Columbia, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and even Amazon make significant investments in this area.


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