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Friday, November 4 • 3:40pm - 4:05pm
What Libraries are Doing Regarding OER and Affordable Course Content: A Summary of Findings from the ARL SPEC Kit

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In July 2016 the Association of Research Libraries published a SPEC Kit Survey on Affordable Course Content and Open Educational Resources. The purpose of this survey was to determine the degree to which ARL member institutions are engaged in ACC/OER advocacy, support, and development. The survey is designed to gather information on ACC/OER initiatives at the institutional level and the role of the library in these initiatives. It examines initiatives' origins, implementation, governance, and funding, incentives for faculty participation, and the types of affordable/open course content that have been developed. It also explores library support of ACC/OER activities with staffing and services. The results of this survey can inform senior library decision-makers who are considering new or additional initiatives to support ACC/OER. Over 50 libraries from ARL institutions completed the survey. This session will present a summary of findings from the survey.


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Anita Walz

Scholarly Communications Librarian, Virginia Tech
Anita Walz is the Open Education, Copyright & Scholarly Communications Librarian at the University Libraries, Virginia Tech. In this role, she leads library exploration and initiatives related to open education, OER, and online learning; she serves as a library liaison to the Legal studies, Economics, and Mathematics Departments at Virginia Tech and manages several active collaborations with the University’s learning technologies and... Read More →


Friday November 4, 2016 3:40pm - 4:05pm
B12

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