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Oregon State has bolstered its reputation as one of America’s best providers of online education, with its online bachelor’s degree programs today being ranked fifth in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. OSU’s Ecampus online education program scored 95 points out of 100 in the rankings, which include nearly 300 higher education institutions.
With the rising costs of textbooks on top of other expenses college students face, students and faculty members across the country are trying to tap into online resources that are accessible for free. Representatives from Open Oregon State and Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition informed 170 luncheon attendees about the resources already available both at Oregon State University and worldwide.
Professional and Continuing Education helped Disability Access Services create an online training to improve the classroom accommodations process at OSU. Offering the training online allows this resource to be accessible not only for campus, but around the state at other OSU locations.
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