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3 legitimate reasons why faculty aren’t using OER
Stansbury, Meris

Published3 September 2015
PublishereCampus News
CountryUnited States, North America

ABSTRACT
Issues of definition, copyright, and ease of use are stalling widespread adoption.

Keywords copyright · faculty awareness · OER adoption

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