In April, Pearson sponsored an op-ed piece regarding open educational resources. It posed a lot of interesting questions about their required upkeep and ability to deliver desired learning outcomes. Ultimately, it questioned their efficacy, stating that they create "pedagogical inconsistency" for students and provide challenges in curating the latest, most up-to-date course materials for use in their classes.
You can read Pearson's op-ed, if you'd like. David Wiley certainly did, and it was his response that caught our eye. We included an excerpt below, but be sure to check out the original post for the full context.