Please join the Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources (CCCOER) on Wed, Oct 30, noon Pacific, 3:00 pm EST for a webinar on how three statewide projects have established open education portals to expand student access and foster faculty innovation. Leaders from California, Florida, and the province of British Columbia will share successful strategies and challenges to the continued growth and adoption of their OER and open textbook collections.
Aimee DeChambeau's insight:
Open webinar Oct 30, just click to connect the day of the event. Students want faculty to help reduce course costs. Faculty need help finding resources, ideas, and proven strategies for creation, adoption, use, and reuse of open educational resources. The CCCOER should prove fruitful for attendees, regardless of their institutional level...
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