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FYI - poll results attached.


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From: Christine Mullins <>
Date: Fri, Aug 17, 2012 at 2:06 PM
Subject: ITC Quick Poll Results: Questions on the Use of Open Educational Resources - August 2012
To: Christine Mullins <>

This message comes from the Instructional Technology Council: THE community college distance learning organization -

To: ITC Members
From: Christine Mullins
Date: Aug. 17, 2012

In July and August 2012, we asked ITC members the following questions.  We received 61 responses out of 344 member institutions.

ITC Quick Poll Results: Open Educational Resources - August 2012
July 26 - August 11, 2012

1. Approximately how many faculty at your institution are aware of open educational resources?

2. Do your faculty use open educational resources in their teaching materials?

3. What are some roadblocks that prevent staff on your campus from using OERs?

4. What value do open educational resources have for your institution?

5. What support or resources do your faculty need in order to find, customize, or develop open educational resources?

6. Which of the following online repositories for open educational resources are you aware of?

A big thank you goes to everyone who responded!  See the results at

Send us your quick poll questions!!  ITC members can send me their quick distance learning questions (, with a list of possible responses, to learn about distance learning practices at other ITC member institutions.

We might use your question as October's quick poll (first come, first served)!


Christine Mullins
Executive Director
Instructional Technology Council
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Washington, D.C. 20002-5839

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Hi Randy:

I don't know - you'd need to ask ITC for details.