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OER re-use student survey (January 2011)
Stapleton, Steve · Horton, John · Beggan, Andy

PublishedJanuary 2011
JournalThe University of Nottingham
Pages 1-9
CountryUnited Kingdom, Europe

ABSTRACT
This report presents supporting information for the case study gathered by the Open Nottingham team:
1. Information about the impressions of users regarding the quality of the document that was produced (Section 2)
2. Information about student use of OER (Section 3)
3. Details regarding how the release of the material as OER supported users in enhancing pedagogic practice (Section 4)
4. The URL of the original resource and the URL of the repurposed resource (Section 5)

Keywords textbooks · learning objects · research · case study

Languageeng
URLhttp://webapps.nottingham.ac.uk/elgg/cczss1/files/-1/869/Open+Nottingham+Re-use+SurveyV1.0.doc
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