Practitioner Perspectives

An Intimate Snapshot of the work of Regional OER Practitioners

NEBHE’s Practitioner Perspective series aims to elevate the voices of our regional practitioners ranging from faculty, senior leadership, librarians and staff who consistently show up to move forward the work of Open Education in the Northeast, saving our students enrolled in postsecondary institutions money and engaging them in more student-centered pedagogies. Check back often as members of the Northeast Open Education community share timely and relevant perspectives on various topics.

What’s “Open” During COVID-19? In Global Pandemic, OER and Open Access Matter More than Ever

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Meet the practitioners

Practitioner Perspectives: Corcoran on NOLO—No-Cost & Low-Cost Course Designators

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Practitioner Perspectives: A NEBHE Q&A with Thomas Edwards on Helping Students Save Money on Textbooks

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Practitioner Perspectives: A NEBHE Q&A with Heather Miceli on How OER Promotes Hands-On Learning While Saving Students Money

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Practitioner Perspectives: A Q&A on Steering Open Education in the Ocean State

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Practitioner Perspectives: Robin DeRosa on OER and a Call for Equity

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Boots on the Ground! Leveraging Practitioner Perspectives on Open Education in New England