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Dreamweaving open educational practices
Karunanayaka, Shironica [editor] and Naidu, Som [editor]

PublishedDecember 2016
PeriodicalPages 1-255
PublisherThe Open University of Sri Lanka
CountrySri Lanka, Asia

ABSTRACT
Dreamweaving Open Educational Practices narrates the stories from the nine-provinces of Sri Lanka on the experiences of teachers who had attempted to integrate OER and Open Education Practices (OEP) in their teaching and learning. It describes the impacts OER and OEP have made in terms of changes in the quality of teaching-learning materials used, and the differences in pedagogical perspectives and practices.

Keywords OEP · OER adoption · OER case studies · OER integration · OER research · Sri Lanka. higher education

Published atNawala, Nugegoda
ISSN978-955-23-1622-7
RefereedDoes not apply
Rightsby-sa/4.0
URLhttp://www.ou.ac.lk/home/images/OUSL/publications/Dreamweaving%20Open%20Educational%20Practices.pdf
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