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Reflections on sustaining Open Educational Resources: an institutional case study
Lane, Andy

PublishedSeptember 2008
JournaleLearning Papers
Volume 10, Issue 10, Pages 1-13

ABSTRACT
This paper reviews some of the literature on the sustainability of Open Educational Resources (OER) and what it has to say about successful or sustainable open content projects on the internet.

Keywords distance learning · educational materials · Open Educational Resources · Open University · openlearn · case study · literature review

Languageeng
ISSN1887-1542
Rightsby-nc-nd/2.5
URLhttp://akgul.bilkent.edu.tr/Inet-Sunum/Lane-090225012906-phpapp01.pdf
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