Student impact

Use of OER leads to improvement in student performance and satisfaction (OER improve student performance/satisfaction)

Summary: Educators show strong belief that OER improve student performance and satisfaction, learners less so. Where comparative data points exist there is some evidence that performance is improved by OER use. MOOC completion rates are low but satisfaction of ‘completers’ is high.

Sector Breakdown (-ve)

CollegeHigher EducationInformalSchool-K12
2100

Balance of Evidence
-ve
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+ve
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College Higher Educ... Informal School-K12

Sector Breakdown (+ve)

CollegeHigher EducationInformalSchool-K12
5835


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Key Questions
  • How do students benefit from using OER?
  • Are students satisfied with the quality of openly licensed materials?
  • How can the influence of OER on student performance be isolated from other factors which may affect performance?