VIDEO: Open Textbooks: The Current State of Play

April 29, 2015

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This video accompanies the newly released paper, “Open Textbooks: The Current State of Play,” which concludes that the use of open textbooks is gaining popularity across different types of colleges and universities.

The paper and video are the second installments in a series of eight Quick Hit briefs on current and emerging topics in the realm of higher education attainment and innovation. Future briefs and videos will look at topics such as expanding student international experiences and predictive analytics.

The Quick Hit series is funded by Lumina Foundation. The views expressed in the Quick Hit papers and videos are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of ACE.

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