re: Boundless Goes Freemium: Too Late?
I'm working on a feature about the University of Oklahoma, which is making a concerted effort to adopt open educational resources and help faculty do so. One of the hurdles is that open resources can be a lot of work to gather together into a usable form, so they're putting grad students to work doing some of that up front work. There are also some more advanced efforts such as OpenStax College creating more neatly packaged, peer reviewed open textbooks that a busy faculty member can more easily adopt.
I'm moderating a panel today at the Distance Teaching and Learning Conference at the University of Wisconsin, so I'll update on what I learn.