When district leaders in Spokane Valley, Washington, sought to improve the social studies curriculum and support inquiry-based learning, they focused on making primary sources more readily available to teachers. That was the indirect route that led my district to embrace… Read More ›
How School Librarians Can Lead OER Initiatives and Put Their Libraries Back Where They Belong—At the Center of Learning.
After many years of discussion, the use of open educational resources (OER) is beginning to take root in schools and districts. The expanded use of OER content—which includes openly licensed textbooks and courses, as well as additional learning resources such… Read More ›