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December 10, 2020 • 1 minute read
By: Saskia Watts

As 2020 comes to an end, we want to recognize your continued hard work and adaptability in responding to the dramatic changes in education.

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Choose wisely, communicate widely: How can universities work to become more accessible?

September, 17, 2019 . 2 minute read

Accessibility is about users, not standards.

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What does it mean for an eTextbook to be accessible?

September, 9, 2019 . 1 minute read

In the ever-changing landscapes of digital learning, accessibility, and higher education, it can seem a daunting prospect to stay on top of it all.

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Where to find OER content

June, 13, 2019 . 1 minute read

With a number of different organisations offering a plethora of OER content, the sheer amount of choice can often be overwhelming. The OER Commons alone “provides a single...

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What is OER and how does it differ from open access?

May, 31, 2019 . 1 minute read

 In 2002, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) first adopted the term open educational resources (OER), setting the scene for the...

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The Change Management Series: Communication is key

April, 10, 2019 . 2 minute read

In the first piece of our change management series, we discussed how to overcome factors that may be causing resistance in your institution during the transition to digital....

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The Change Management Series: How to overcome resistance to change

March, 25, 2019 . 2 minute read

Transitioning from either a pilot eTextbook programme to business as usual—or immediately from print to digital provision—will undoubtedly result in a great deal of change. And...

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