OER Advocacy

“Barriers to education, whether intentional or not, by policy or price, decays humanity.” – TBQ

Education opportunities are inseparable from the issues facing students, authors, and internet uses — issues such as economics, racism, sexism, elitism, inbred bureaucracies, net neutrality, the first-sale doctrine, copyright trolling, commodity bundling, artificial course packs,  price-fixing, market sharing agreements, “kickback” textbooks, market manipulation, pay walls, misleading use of open license declarations and logos, and tweaked international copyright laws .

Textbook Equity and its staff are members or financial supporters of:

Open Policy Network

The Open Policy Network