Open Education: A Revolution of Resources and Community

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Open educational resources and supportive communities offer the perfect environment for open education. The revolution to open education from traditional classroom resources and teaching methods advances our understanding of the educational process and helps us progress to higher levels of thinking. Through an exploratory network analysis, the study examines educator and student needs while recognizing the required curriculum aspect of the course. Highlighting available resources and communities for open education with respect to communication between educators and students, delivery of curriculum to students, and instructional design that integrates open resources drives the main research for this study. The objective of the research entails discovering resources and communities that support open education and connect students to the curriculum through educators.
Jason Murray, Cornwall-Lebanon School District, Lebanon, PA, USA

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