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Open access research is the future, Wiley VP says

Furthering the public’s access to academic research means treating an open-access journal article like a consumer product, carefully considering the user experience and rebuilding digital systems to scale up, Jay Flynn, the executive vice president at the academic publishing house Wiley, told EdScoop. But that rethinking poses a challenge for small academic associations and publishers that lack the resources to rebuild their digital processes for open research, a movement that’s picked up momentum during the pandemic. Emily Bamforth has the details.

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Combining IT doesn't mean centralizing it, says incoming Washington U. CIO

When Jessie Minton takes over as chief information officer at Washington University in St. Louis next April, it will be the first time that a CIO oversees both IT operations for both its main campus and its medical school. Minton told EdScoop technology decisions should come through conversations between with department heads, deans, researchers and other employees to determine what they need and want to preserve from era in which Washington University’s main campus and medical school split their IT operations. Emily has more.

Seven ways open educational resources grew in 2021

As colleges and universities continue to test open educational resources, millions of dollars are being spent on programs that explore how students and instructors use free online materials. The funding is designed not only to create new, free textbooks for instructors to incorporate into courses, but also to redesign the courses themselves to shift the learning process away from traditional, hardbound textbooks. Here are seven examples of how open educational resources grew in 2021. Check out the full list on EdScoop.

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