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Open Educational Resources and Global Online Learning
McGreal, Rory

PublishedOctober 2020
Book titleCanadian UNESCO Chairs: Reflections on the Futures of Education
Pages 24-29
PublisherCanadian Commission for UNESCO
CountryCanada, North America

ABSTRACT
This article highlights how Open Educational Resources (OER) can help bridge the knowledge divide to achieve equity in education. The author discusses the different digital barriers set in place to prevent free access to content and explains how these serve to erode efforts to achieve universal learning and education for all.

Keywords open educational resources · equity · digital barriers · open licensing

LanguageEnglish
ISBN978-0-660-35689-1
RefereedYes
RightsCC BY-SA
URLhttps://en.ccunesco.ca/-/media/Files/Unesco/Resources/2020/10/CanadianUNESCOChairsFuturesOfEducation.pdf
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