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OER: Some Questions and Answers

Iterating Toward Openness

Earlier this week I read an op-ed – sponsored by Pearson – titled “If OER is the answer, what is the question?” OER often shine in their variety and ability to deepen resources for niche topics. Stigmergy is the watchword for the next decade of OER.

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Comments on the US DoEd Proposed Rule – Open Textbook Pilot Program

Iterating Toward Openness

But in the spirit of “pragmatism before zeal,” I argue in my comments specifically against three unintended consequences of open requirements as they pertain to LMSs, efficacy research, and assessment security / adoptability. I hold a PhD in Instructional Psychology and Technology from Brigham Young University. simulations), and adaptive support and assessment tools.”. When assessments are openly licensed, there is no recourse for the assessment creator.