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Foundation funded OER vs. tax payer funded OER -A tale of two mandates
Stacey, Paul

PublishedSeptember 2010
ConferenceOpen ED 2010 Proceedings
PublisherUOC, OU, BYU
CountrySpain

ABSTRACT
Compare and contrast foundation funded OER with taxpayer funded OER in terms of global vs. local goals, licensing options, use cases, and outcomes.

Keywords adoption · business case · business models · foundation funding · goals · licences · mandates · OER framework · public funding · strategies · sustainability · use cases

Published atBarcelona
Languageeng
RefereedYes
Rightsby-nc-nd/3.0
URLhttp://hdl.handle.net/10609/5241
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