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Open Education, open educational practice and the concept of openness: Issues and challenges
Gaskell, Anne

PublishedJuly 2018
Type of workEditorial
JournalJournal of Learning for Development
Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 83-86
PublisherCommonwealth of Learning
CountryUnited Kingdom, Europe

Keywords challenges · OER

Published atBurnaby, British Columbia
RightsAttribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
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Open Education, Open Educational Practice and the concept of Openness: Issues and challenges
Gaskell, Anne
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Open educational resources (OER): Opportunities and challenges for Indian higher education
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The quality and reputation of open, distance and e-learning: what are the challenges?
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Output 7 SCORE2020 : Policy arguments for MOOC and open online education
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Opening up education: The collective advancement of education through open technology, open content, and open knowledge
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Understanding the impact of OER: Achievements and challenges
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Development of an online field safety open educational resource using Xerte
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AbstractFieldwork is an essential part of degrees in all three GEES disciplines. There is a need not only to prepare students for activities they may be expected to undertake during planned field classes, but also to ...
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Striving toward openness: But what do we really mean?
Rolfe, Vivien
The global open education movement is striving toward openness as a feature of academic policy and practice, but evidence shows that these ambitions are far from mainstream, and levels of awareness in institutions is ...
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