University Libraries- Open Education Week Videos
48 minutes 37 seconds
Discussion with Nicole Allen from SPARC on what Inclusive Access is, and why it may not be all that has been promised for your students. Nicole Allen (@txtbks) is the Director of Open Education at SPARC. A decade and a half ago, she was an undergraduate student frustrated with the cost of textbooks. Today, she is an internationally recognized policy expert, community organizer, and advocate for open education, educational technology, and higher education reform. Motivated by the belief that everyone, everywhere should be able to participate in shaping human knowledge, Nicole’s work includes advancing effective open policies, supporting open education programming for SPARC’s network, and empowering emerging leaders in the open education movement. Recorded for Open Education Week 2021 for Georgia Southern Libraries.
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Georgia Southern University, "Why Inclusive Access May Not Be Inclusive." (2021). University Videos. 1948.