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Maryland’s Journey with OER (Volume 48, No. 2, 36-41)


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Openly licensed educational resources (OER) ensure equity in accessing high-quality resources, while at the same time providing free, quality materials to expand a school library collection. Although they are certainly robust and useful, there is still confusion surrounding their definition, creation, and use. The Office of Instructional Technology and School Library Media at the Maryland State Department of Education share the experiences of the Maryland OER Project illustrate the process of establishing a statewide repository and the lessons learned in creating resources.

Author(s):

  • Val Emrich, Director, Instructional Technology and School Library Media, Maryland State Department of Education
  • Erin Senior, Program Specialist, Instructional Technology, Maryland State Department of Education
  • Gregg Ford, Learning Management Administrator, Maryland State Department of Education
  • Laura Hicks, Program Specialist, SLM, Maryland State Department of Education
  • Brandon Riesett, Technology Accessibility Specialist, Maryland State Department of Education
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