We all like a very practical book that can help us do something better we intend to do anyway. This is one of those books – practical, insightful and helpful. Full of examples, vignettes and checklists.
Written by two academics who design courses based on OER, the book captures the challenges and opportunities of OER and helps identify risks and ways of mitigating these. Just ten practical chapters, including a helpful one exploring student reactions to OER and how the student voice can be helpful in refining the use of OER. The book does not disappoint.