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Ensuring the Quality of Digital Content for Learning

This paper complements SETDA’s prior digital transition policy briefs by examining strategies for ensuring digital content quality, including exploration of the specific quality-control challenges and opportunities associated with open educational resources (OER). Specifically, this paper describes: 1) digital content’s unique characteristics; 2) traditional state/district instructional materials quality-review practices; and 3) recommendations to inform/strengthen state strategies for ensuring digital resource quality.

 

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