Oregon Tech faculty turn to open source materials to save students more than $400,000 in textbook costs - Ashley VanEssen, Oregon Tech

Faculty at Oregon Institute of Technology, “Oregon Tech,” have been making focused efforts over the last two years to reduce some of the costs associated with textbook materials. Through working with the Open Educational Resources (OER) program, it has saved Oregon Tech students more than $400,000 in textbook costs.
https://www.klamathfallsnews.org/news/oregon-tech-faculty-turn-to-open-source-materials-to-save-students-more-than-400000-in-textbook-costs

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