Beyond free: A social justice vision for open education

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Description: Invited talk at #ACRL2019. This slide deck is licensed CC-BY 4.0 International, except where otherwise noted.

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Abstract The open education movement wants to be a force for equity. The argument is straightforward and powerful: Widen access to educational resources and marginalized students who disproportionately suffer at the hands of the exploitative business models of commercial textbook publishers will disproportionately benefit, in both economic and educational terms. However, as the open education move...

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