The Open Education Conference in Utah late last month was an exciting event, and I certainly came away from it with the sense that open educational resources will occupy an increasingly important role in the access and distribution of course materials. I wondered, though, how big.
As a speaker at the event, I had the good fortune to present toward the end of the conference. That allowed me to listen in on various sessions and then put some thoughts together about the movement, its challenges, and its prospects—mostly inspired by what I had seen there.
You can view my talk here, and I would welcome comments on it: