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Utilization of open educational resources (OER) and quality assurance in universities in Nigeria
Olufunke, Akomolafe Comfort and Adegun, Olajire Adeola

Published2014
JournalEuropean Scientific Journal
Pages 535
CountryNigeria, Africa

ABSTRACT
Introduction Utilization of open educational resources (OER) is becoming a global trend. The advent of new technology has made the world to become a global village in information dissemination.

Keywords educational programs · quality management · nigeria · universities and colleges · quality management

ISSN1857-7881
RefereedYes
RightsCopyright 2014 Gale, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. Copyright 2014 European Scientific Institute
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