Applying P2P Networking Principles to Improve OER

Applying P2P Networking Principles to Improve OER
Recording: Applying P2P Networking Principles to Improve OER, Mar 5, 2019

Speakers

Michael Silagadze

Top Hat

As student debt mounts in the trillions, Open Educational Resources (OER) is a promising alternative to pricey textbooks. There are still many barriers to widespread adoption, including content quality, customizability, and discoverability. OER can overcome these challenges at scale with a community model for peer review that allows professors to share and collaborate on content in real time. OER will see long-term success if educational content can be iterated on and updated in near real time.

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Format: Future20
Event Type: Session
Level: Basic Understanding