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Faculty Guide to the Mott Library: OER Resources

Information regarding resources for faculty.

Benefits of OER

OER has been shown to increase student learning while breaking down barriers of affordability and accessibility. Feldstein et al. (2012) conducted a research study at Virginia State University, where OER were implemented across nine different courses in the business department. Researchers found that students in courses that used OER more frequently had better grades and lower failure and withdrawal rates than their counterparts in courses that did not use OER. 

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Helpful Resources

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