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Open educational resources
Daksha, Patel and Parsley, Sally

Published2015
JournalCommunity Eye Health Journal
Volume 28, Issue 90, Pages 34

ABSTRACT
Historically, ‘open education’ has involved making education more accessible, whether by lowering cost or by enabling delivery at a distance. In our technological age, open education has become a global sharing of knowledge and ideas through the Internet.

Keywords education · human resources and training · open access · ophthalmology · training · training materials

ISSN0953-6833
RefereedDoes not apply
RightsCreative Commons Attribution Sharealike
URLhttps://doaj.org/article/d98cb612de474279a20ccc5f8acf7836
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