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February 10, 2017

Still Time to Attend – February 16 – Discuss OER Innovations, Policies, and Large Scale Implementations

Another item from Wednesday’s inbox…

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OLC Collaborate – San Francisco
Join us February 16th at the Hilton San Francisco Airport Bayfront
Dear Michael,

There’s still a few seats left! Join us for this one-day event! OLC Collaborate – San Francisco, hosted by our academic partner, California State University, is next week!

Join us as we review the legislative and policy landscape in the State of California related to textbook affordability which has enabled large scale programs and millions of dollars in student savings.Register for OLC Collaborate – San Francisco today! View the full programhere.

Can’t make it on February 16th? Join us in New Orleans for OLC Innovate 2017, April 5-7. Learn more.

We hope to see you soon,

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“OLC Collaborate – Los Angeles was fast-paced and on topic, with the right balance of presentation, break-out sessions, and networking.”

– Aline Soules, Library Faculty,

California State University – East Bay

Kathleen S. Ives, D.M.
Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director
Online Learning Consortium

Gerry Hanley, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice Chancellor, Academic Technology Services, Executive Director, MERLOT (www.merlot.org), Director, SkillsCommons (www.skillscommons.org), California State University, Office of the Chancellor

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