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If content is king, why are OER still uncrowned? A developing world perspective’
Kanwar, Asha · Kodhandaraman, Balasubramanian · Umar, Abdurrahman

PublishedNovember 2010
PeriodicalPages 1-10
PublisherPan-Commonwealth Forum 6 (PCF6), 2010, Commonwealth of Learning

ABSTRACT
This presentation seeks to critically examine the experiences of the Commonwealth of Learning in the creation and dissemination of OER and to share the lessons learned. What are some of the key components of sustainability Finally, we look at concrete ways in which various stakeholders can contribute to the sustainability of OER.

Keywords developing countries · domestication of OER · OER policy · OER sustainability

URLhttp://hdl.handle.net/11599/2204
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