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Can OER transform education? A developing world perspective
Kanwar, Asha

PublishedNovember 2011
Type of workVideo Presentation
SeriesPresented at the 2011 conference on Open Educational Resources in Iceland, 21 November 2011
PublisherCommonwealth of Learning
CountryIceland

ABSTRACT
Video presentation given at the 2011 conference on Open Educational Resources in Iceland (21 November 2011) by Professor Asha Kanwar, Commonwealth of Learning. // OER penetration in the developing world has been slower than in the industrialized countries. Yet there are emergent examples which give an indication of how OER are being used in low-resource contexts. Resource contains link to video as well as documents of the transcript and presentation slides.

https://youtu.be/IPzetdGMFAk

Keywords Open Educational Resources · sustainable development

URLhttp://hdl.handle.net/11599/1278
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