The Evolution of Affordable Content Efforts in Higher Education: Programs, Case Studies, and Examples
(First paragraph) A strong case can be made for academic library involvement in Open Educational Resources (OERs) and Affordable Course Content (ACC). Academic libraries typically employ librarians who are experts in topics aligned with OERs and ACC, including copyright, fair use, and Creative Commons (CC) licensing, as well as in finding resources to support and to map out academic curricula. Libraries are also in the unique position of having distinct and defined connections with members of all three stakeholder groups: students, faculty, and administrators.
Original Publication Citation
Rush, L., Lo, L. S., Abdous, M. h., & Draper, D. (2018). All hands on deck: how one university pooled resources to educate and advocate for affordable course content In K. Jensen, S. Nackerud, & R. A. Joslin (Eds.), The evolution of affordable content efforts in higher education : programs, case studies, and examples (pp. 93-104). Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Libraries.
0000-0003-1443-9797 (Rush), 0000-0001-5043-7575 (Lo)
Rush, Lucinda; Lo, Leo S.; Abdous, M'hammed; and Draper, Deri, "All Hands on Deck: How One University Pooled Resources to Educate and Advocate for Affordable Course Content" (2018). Libraries Faculty & Staff Publications. 56.