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Effect of teachers beliefs about using OER on their teaching practices
Amartuvshin, Amarzaya · Davaanyam, Tumenbayar · Tserendorj, Navchaa

ConferenceIBS International Symposium on Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Educational Technology 2019
SeriesIBS Scientific Workshop Proceedings
Pages 29-33
CountryGermany, Europe

Mongolia is the country with least density in the world (1.92 persons per kilometer)
and hence the role of Open Educational Resources (OER) is very important.

Keywords level of usage for sources · level of engagement with OER · using OER · adoption of open licensing for OER · teacher beliefs about using OER · work related advantages · student related advantages

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