Is the shift from textbooks to Open Educational Resources anything more than a shift from one publisher to another?
Are schools simply shifting students from one resource to another?
I read articles like this one at Edutopia about how schools are substituting OER for textbooks. Great, but really?
Are educators and their students really shifting the perspective from consuming information created by others?
Where are the schools which are asking students and their teachers to actually produce OER components, building upon and expanding and personalizing the knowledge?
Is yours such a school?
Are you such a teacher?
Let us know about it.