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Open educational practices: A literature review
Ross, Heather M.

PublishedAugust 2015
Type of workReading Course Paper
PeriodicalPages 1-35
PublisherUniversity of Saskatchewan

ABSTRACT
A literature review on what is OER, what are the benefits, the barriers, the need for support and training, the stakeholders and their roles, and gaps in the literature at the time of writing.

Keywords literature review · OEP · OER · OER barriers · OER benefits · open textbooks

Published atSaskatoon, Saskatchewan
RefereedDoes not apply
Rightsby/4.0
URLhttp://www.mctoonish.com/blog/?p=1699
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