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Q & A Key Answers about the OER University Plan
Mackintosh, Wayne and Open Education Resource Foundation [corporate]

Published2011
Type of work.pdf
PeriodicalPages 1-2

ABSTRACT
Five Open Educational Resource University (OERu) questions answered:
1) Why is OERu significant?
2) How does OERu work?
3) What are the recurrent operational costs?
4) What are the benefits?
5) How to become an anchor partner?

Keywords business case · education · institutional plan · Open Educational Resources · policy

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