Spring 2023 Talk: Digital Educational Resources: Developing Frameworks to Appreciate Student Use
Our first speaker, Dr. Brandy Bagar-Fraley, is Lead Faculty and the Assistant Director for the Center for Teaching Excellence at Franklin University. Her talk, “Thinking Small: The Importance of Nuance to Scholarly Writing and Research,” reflects on her experience writing “The Textbooks Are Too Damn High: Calling for a More Nuanced Evaluation of OERs,” which has been published in the CEA Critic.
Our second speaker, Marc Jaffy, is the Scholarly Communications and Affordable Learning Librarian at Franklin University. His talk, “(Writing About) Library Etextbooks at Franklin University,” reflects on his experience developing an article that examines a university library's etextbook initiative adopted to support affordable learning.
OER, library etextbooks, affordable learning
Library and Information Science | Scholarly Publishing
Bagar-Fraley, Brandy and Jaffy, Marc, "Spring 2023 Talk: Digital Educational Resources: Developing Frameworks to Appreciate Student Use" (2023). Writers Showcase Series. 3.