Open education: Polis announces challenge to make college textbooks free - MICHAEL KARLIK, Colorado Politics

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis has announced the Zero Textbook Cost challenge, which will recognize individuals and organizations within educational institutions that make it free for students to access course materials. “Spread the word: Colorado has a growing open education community,” Polis said last week in a video promoting the initiative. Open educational resources are copyrightable works that users can keep, use, integrate and distribute for free.


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