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Laying the Foundation: Building a Collaborative OER Community at the University of Hawaii
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|Title:||Laying the Foundation: Building a Collaborative OER Community at the University of Hawaii|
|Keywords:||Open educational resources|
|Date Issued:||04 Dec 2015|
|Abstract:||Open Educational Resources are learning materials in the public domain or under an intellectual property license allowing free use and adaptation by others. OER is reducing the barriers to education across the U.S. In 2014 five librarians from three University of Hawaii campuses joined forces to support OER adoption throughout the University of Hawaii System. Quickly expanding the team to include instructional designers and other librarians, today 8 campuses are involved. Learn how this community developed and find out about our accomplishments to date. Join the discussion and discover the important role of academic libraries in this growing movement.|
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