Everything Old is New Again: Textbooks, The Printing Press, The Internet, and OER
Iterating Toward Openness
AUGUST 13, 2019
Leonhardt calls these “lecture texts” and further describes them as “an inexpensive copy of the text under study, mass-produced, as it were, with the ‘blanks’ to be filled in” (p. I have an activity that I do with people in face to face workshops in order to demonstrate the importance of immediate, diagnostic feedback. But – particularly when it comes to OER – we aren’t. There’s certainly no one funding next gen OER.