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Thank you, Pearson: OER, metadata, gateways, and elephants
Fitzgerald, Bill

PublishedAugust 2013
Type of workWeb log post
PeriodicalEdition 2013, August 5

Keywords Creative Commons · OER · Pearson · textbooks

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URLhttp://funnymonkey.com/blog/thank-you-pearson-oer-metadata-gateways-and-elephants
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