Six principles to consistently measure cost savings in OER: Report

A new report released in the US provides six principles that institutions can use to consistently measure the cost savings of Open Education Resources (OER). The report advocates for decision-makers to consider their audience and how messages can be tailored towards stakeholders at different levels, ensure that students can gain full and ongoing access to course materials, and consider the faculty and administrative costs of implementing OER. The report also advocates for considering how OER materials can reduce costs, support student learning outcomes, and provide other benefits such as greater faculty collaboration, pedagogical improvements, and increased student completion. Campus Technology Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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