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Who Else is Using Open Educational Resources?
Many of the world’s most prominent universities have embraced the “open education” philosophy. Some inspiring examples include:
Many of Utah’s best universities are also sharing some of their curriculum materials:
A few organizations have begun developing OER specifically for public school students: