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Pedagogy, technology, and the example of Open Educational Resources
DeRosa, Robin and Robison, Scott

Published25 November 2015
JournalDistance Education Report
Volume 19, Issue 24, Pages 6
PublisherEDUCAUSE Review
CountryUnited States, North America

ABSTRACT
An excerpt from the article "Pedagogy, Technology, and the Example of Open Educational Resources" by Robin DeRosa and Scott Robison, published on the website EDUCAUSE Review on November 25, 2015 is presented, which focuses on open educational resources and educational technology.

Keywords distance education · educational technology

ISSN1094-320X
URLhttps://er.educause.edu/articles/2015/11/pedagogy-technology-and-the-example-of-open-educational-resources
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