Getting Faculty to Adopt Open Educational Resources

OER textbooks - faculty adoption
It is no secret that the cost of textbooks has skyrocketed over the past years, with students spending on average around a thousand dollars a year on textbooks (Meyer, 2016). It should thus come as no surprise that the majority of students have opted out of buying a textbook at one time or another due to cost.

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