ALL ABOUT OER: How schools could--and should--use Open Education Resources is an important question: California lawmakers (and their counterparts in other states) are considering legislation that would create a digital library of free college textbooks. Integral to that question is the issue of what material should be made openly available. Here's a report by the Center for American Progress on how educators can make use of OER materials. The Center also has a call to action: urging legislators to adopt a public policy that declares: "All publicly funded resources are openly licensed resources."

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