How open courses are slashing the cost of higher education |

lterrat's bookmarks 2017-08-22


"The rising cost of traditional textbooks, along with an increased demand for high-quality, low-cost alternatives, has fueled the growth of open educational resources in higher education. One of the leaders in this burgeoning sector of academia is Saylor Academy. Here's what Saylor's director of education, Devon Ritter, told me recently how the organization is using open educational resources to level the playing field in higher education. His comments have been edited for brevity and clarity. —Don Watkins"


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Date tagged:

08/22/2017, 22:15

Date published:

08/22/2017, 18:15