Open educational resources address the crisis college students face purchasing textbooks. Although academic librarians play a prominent role implementing the open educational resource solution, by engaging faculty in their use and creation, librarians could go further. At the College of New Rochelle, instruction librarians teamed up with the Scholarly Communications Librarian to revise and remix an already existing information literacy textbook. This case study outlines how an open educational resource textbook was altered and localized to reflect students’ lived reality. The textbook was used in a credit-bearing information literacy course for the College’s Liberal Arts adult education B.A. program.
Fazzino, L., & Turley, J. (2019). Remixing an Open Educational Resource: A Case Study of the Uncommon “R”. Urban Library Journal, 25 (1). Retrieved from https://academicworks.cuny.edu/ulj/vol25/iss1/3