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Is the OER movement flawed? Join the debate!
Schmidt, Jan P. · Butcher, Neil · Daniel, John

PublishedApril 2011
PublishereLearning Arica
RegionAfrica
Languageeng
URLhttp://www.elearning-africa.com/eLA_Newsportal/is-the-oer-movement-flawed-join-the-debate/
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