OER in Dual Enrollment
Leveraging Open Educational Resources to Expand Equitable Access
Join SREB and the Midwestern Higher Education Compact to learn the findings and recommendations of this forthcoming report.
Open educational resources, or OER, are free, openly licensed, high-quality classroom materials. Expanding their use in dual enrollment courses can help more students afford and succeed in college courses while they are still in high school.
The report details related policies across 50 states and offers specific recommendations for states, colleges and schools interested in expanding the use of OER. It includes case studies from Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, Tennessee and Texas.
Zachary Adams, Director of Postsecondary Coordination Alignment, Tennessee Board of Regents
Charlotte Dailey, Program Specialist, Postsecondary Education, Southern Regional Education Board
Jenny Parks, Vice President of Policy and Research, Midwestern Higher Education Compact (MHEC)
Paul Preimesberger, Dean of Enrollment Management and Student Success, Central Lakes College
Jennifer Zinth, Consultant, Zinth Consulting