BATES PROFESSOR CARRIE DIAZ EATON WINS $300K GRANT TO SUPPORT OPEN EDUCATION - Emily McConville, Bates

Carrie Diaz Eaton has devoted her teaching and research to breaking down barriers to education, particularly in math, science, and technology. A computational and mathematical biologist by discipline, the Bates associate professor of digital and computational studies works with colleagues worldwide to create and share open educational resources, or OER:— free, licensed materials that anyone can access, customize, or share. Diaz Eaton recently received a one-year, $380,213 grant from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation to support those efforts.
https://www.bates.edu/news/2020/04/24/carrie-diaz-eaton-wins-grant-to-support-open-education/

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