Traction Around Open and Affordable Learning Materials Builds in Ontario - Sparc Open

Just why support for Open Educational Resources has taken off in Ontario is a matter of need, timing, and relationships. As Canada’s second largest province, Ontario has 45 universities and colleges that are diverse and geographically spread out.  OER appeals to educators who are looking for ways to be efficient, innovative and share resources. There, like everywhere, students are facing rising textbook costs and they are eager to save money using digital materials.
https://sparcopen.org/news/2020/traction-around-open-and-affordable-learning-materials-builds-in-ontario/

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