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OER planning 101
Schneider, Bruce and Karpel, Nichole

Published17 September 2018
PublishereCampus News
CountryUnited States, North America

ABSTRACT
A good OER plan addresses resources, systems, training, assessment, and priorities.

Keywords institutional readiness · OER culture · OER launch · OER policy · OER procurement

RefereedDoes not apply
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Access date14 April 2019
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