Peer-reviewed article by John Levi Hilton III, T. Jared Robinson, David Wiley, and J. Dale Ackerman in International Review of Research on Distance and Open Learning, which reports on cost savings to students at eight universities using OER.
Peer-reviewed article by John Levi Hilton III, Neil Lutz, David Wiley in International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, which reports on the experiences of faculty reusing and adapting OER.
Peer-reviewed article by John Levi Hilton III, Lane Fischer, David Wiley, Linda William in International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning (IRRODL), which reports on a research study in which students using OER had higher throughput rates than those using traditional course material.
Rebekah E. Wright and Jennifer L. Reeves at Nova Southeastern University published this case study conducted at NSU to examine the perspectives of a group of four identified stakeholder groups (i.e., faculty, librarians, instructional designers, and students) in order to better understand the impact of these OERs at the institutional level.
Peer-reviewed article by Joh Hilton from Educational Technology Research & Development, which reviews 16 different studies on OER. The conclusion is that both students and faculty report positive experiences when using OER.