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United States: State department expands access to open educational resources in the Middle East and North Africa
Mena Report [corporate]

Published2014
JournalMena Report
PublisherSyndiGate Media
CountryUnited States, North America

ABSTRACT
The U.S. Department of State is sponsoring a special exchange program on Open Educational Resources (OER) for education leaders in the Middle East and North Africa. Open Educational Resources are [...]

Keywords Middle East · Northern Africa · United States · Department of State

ISSN2219-0112
RightsCopyright 2014 SyndiGate Media Inc.
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