Tim Robbins and Matt Moore Publish Essays on Open Educational Resources

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Faculty

December 18, 2017

Inside Higher Ed ran a piece on the importance of student-faculty collaboration in the creation of OER textbooks, referencing essays written by Graceland University Assistant Professor of English Tim Robbins and English major Matt Moore in the recently-published collection A Guide to Making Open Textbooks with Students.

Robbins and Moore are currently editing the Open Anthology of Earlier American Literature with support from the Rebus Foundation. Robbins also gave an interview earlier this year for Inside Higher Ed about the project’s adoption in his Early American Literature survey course at Graceland.

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