June 4th Twitter discussion

Article: Student Voice in Textbook Evaluation: Comparing Open and Restricted Textbooks

Authors: Scott Woodward, PhD, Adam Lloyd, and Royce Kimmons, PhD

Discussion Questions

1. What was your main takeaway from this article? Was there anything that surprised you?

2. What are the potential perceived threats of students changing from “silent witnesses” to “active agents” in textbook evaluation? How can students and other OER advocates mitigate these concerns?

3. The authors note that textbook evaluations often ignore student voice. How can students break through decision-making processes around textbook selection and evaluation?

4. The authors note a number of limitations to their findings, and this study was also conducted at a private, high research activity university. Do you think the findings are applicable in your context? Why or why not?

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