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Open Course Library project helps college students save money

Post by Debbie Cafazzo / The News Tribune on April 30, 2013 at 2:56 pm with No Comments »
April 30, 2013 2:56 pm

Students at many of Washington state’s community and technical colleges will have more access to low-cost or entirely free textbooks and class materials, following completion of a project known as the Open Course Library (OCL).
Launched in 2011, the OCL project is a collection of online materials – everything from course activities to readings and assessments – developed by teams of educators from the state’s community and technical colleges. The courses include digital textbooks that are either free or cost no more than $30 – offering the potential for big savings for students.

Read more in Wednesday’s News Tribune.

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