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OER Resources

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Picasso, V., & Phelan L. (2014).  The evolution of open access to research and data in Australian higher education. RUSC. Universities and Knowledge Society Journal. 11(3), 122–133. Abstract  Download: 2076-8080-2-PB.pdf (656.83 KB); Spanish version 2076-8091-2-PB.pdf (492.07 KB)
abstract writing
academia and policy
academic administrators
Buehler, M. A. (2013).  Academic shift towards open access. Demystifying the Institutional Repository for Success. 29 - 62. Abstract
academic book publishing
academic communication
academic control
academic development
academic elitism
academic freedom
academic identity
Hughes, J., & McKenna C. (2012).  The impact of developing open educational resources (OERs) on novice OER developers. Journal of Interactive Media in Education. 2012(2), 1-11. Abstract  Download: 244-2105-1-PB.pdf (244.81 KB)
academic infrastructure
academic learning
Siemsen, S. (2016).  From MOOC to GOAL. (Uden, Lorna, Liberona, Dario, Feldmann, Birgit, Ed.).LTEC 2016: Learning Technology for Education in Cloud – The Changing Face of Education . 620, 150 - 161. Abstract
academic librarians
Smith, B., & Lee L. (2016).  Librarians and OER: Cultivating a community of practice to be more effective advocates. Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning. 1 - 17. Abstract
academic libraries
Testoni, L. (2014).  MOOCs and academic libraries: a chance or a problem? An overview. Italian Journal of Library Archives and Information Science. 5(1), 241-263. Abstract  Download: 9072-14438-2-PB.pdf (240.03 KB)
Petrides, L., Goger L., & Jimes C. (2016).  The role of "open" in strategic library planning. Education Policy Analysis Archives. 24(26), 1-17. Abstract  Download: 2478-9454-1-PB.pdf (801.39 KB)
Hu, D., Luo A., & Liu H. (2013).  Open access in China and its effect on academic libraries. The Journal of Academic Librarianship. 39(1 (January 2013) ), 110 - 112. Abstract
Lewis, D. W. (2017).  The 2.5% commitment. ScholarWorks. 1-7. Abstract  Download: The 2.5% Commitment.pdf (392.54 KB)