HVCC students save big with OER initiative - Troy Record

Hudson Valley Community College is in its third year of adopting open educational resources (OER). According to a news release, OER are open-source instructional materials, written by experts, that faculty can adopt and adapt based upon their curriculum, often negating the need for students to purchase a textbook. The use of OER not only saves money for students but also allows faculty members to provide customizable content for their classes.
https://www.troyrecord.com/news/hvcc-students-save-big-with-oer-initiative/article_3af8e1a6-21be-11ea-aa0d-83acf5dc2d9b.html

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