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Maryland Library E-book Law Faces Permanent Injunction – Plus More ATG News & Announcement for 3/31/22

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According to Publishers Weekly “Maryland state attorneys have declined to appeal a preliminary injunction issued last month that bars the state’s library e-book law from being enforced. This week, the court ordered the state to show cause as to why a permanent injunction should not be issued.


According to this announcement “OpenStax, Rice University’s educational technology initiative, is now accepting applications for colleges and universities to join its Institutional Partner Program for the 2022-2023 academic year. The deadline is May 2.
The OpenStax Institutional Partner Program provides institutions with free coaching and training on using
open educational resources (OER). Schools have seen an average 150% increase in the number of students using OER in the first year after they adopt the program, which has saved students a combined $19.6 million and put more flexible course materials in the hands of educators...”


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