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McNally, Michael B.
Christiansen, Erik G.
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Open educational resources
Instructional design
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This presentation examines the continuum from closed to open for both open educational resources in general and open courses. The presentation evaluates what instructional choices are needed to increase openness. In this regard the presentation will identify not only how to move resources and courses from closed to open, but also any potential negative impacts those decisions raise.
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2016/12/07
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