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OER

Abbreviation for oxygen enhancement ratio.
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Pascua said they have created a training team to introduce OER to public school teachers, noting that the magnitude of materials may overwhelm educators at first.
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Schools received OER funding in the form of institutional, "small group" or travel grants.
"The teaching force still does not reflect the students in our classroom, but OER use is a way to ensure that our instructional materials do," Ishmael says.
NJIT faculty had been creating mixed course content and offering it for public use even before the OER movement started, Hoang said.
"Studies have shown that courses that use OER have lower percentage of students in a class who get a 'D' or an 'F,' or who withdraw.
The research comes from Achieving the Dream's ongoing OER Degree Initiative, a partnership with 38 community colleges in 13 states that has created nearly 3,000 sections of 385 OER courses since fall 2016.
To meet deficiencies in the available materials, faculty members like Roger Gold, associate professor of biology at SUU, have found innovative ways to create OER materials and offer unique educational opportunities to students.
Since then, the initiative has grown to become a signature achievement at SLCC, which currently supports one of the largest single-college OER initiatives in the country, with significant OER adoption in math, English, history, political science, biology, sociology, business, education, and the physical sciences.
PDO, the leading oil and gas exploration and production company and Omantel, the pioneer of total communications in the Sultanate are the strategic partners of OER Business Summit 2017.
While an officer can receive a negative OER for poor performance (which might also trigger a board of inquiry), (36) the relief for cause OER guarantees an officer is thrust into proceedings where he or she must fight for retention in the Army.