I have the opportunity to regularly attend and present at a variety of conferences and workshops across the country related to online education. I often ask the participants in my sessions how many of their institutions have a dedicated online administrator, someone whose primary responsibility is to administer online learning.
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Open educational resources (OERs) are often cost-free learning materials that can be included in online courses. OERs are abundantly available and can help solidify concepts and enhance learning for students. But this abundance can be both a benefit and a drawback. You may find many resources on a given topic, but not all may be high quality. In this sea of resources, how do you decide which ones are worth including and which ones are not?
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