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Book Review: Open educational resources: Innovation, research and practice
Avello-Martínez, Raidell

Type of workBook review
JournalJournal of Technology Education
Edition Fall, Volume 26, Issue 1, Pages 102
CountryCuba, South America

The open access book, Open Educational Resources: Innovation, Research and Practice, is part of the Perspectives on Open and Distance Learningmonograph seriespublished by the UNESCO/Commonwealth of Learning (COL) Chair in Open Educational Resources. This book explores the open educational resources (OER) movement in detail, presenting the significant benefits, theory and practice, and achievements and challenges of OER for the educational community.

Keywords education · nonfiction · open educational resources: innovation research and practice · book review

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