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Honestly, what is the business case for OERs?
Witthaus, Gabi

PublishedJuly 2011

Keywords business case

Languageeng
URLhttp://www.scoop.it/t/open-learning-news/p/328011501/honestly-what-is-the-business-case-for-oers
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