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Open Educational Resources: Opportunities and Challenges
Hylén, Jan

Published2005
PeriodicalPages 1-2
PublisherOrganisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

ABSTRACT
A discussion of a proposed OECD/CERI study to address four main concerns:
1. How to develop sustainable costs/benefits models for OER initiatives.
2. What are the intellectual property right issues linked to OER initiatives?
3. What are the incentives and barriers for universities and faculty staff to deliver their material to OER initiatives?
4. How to improve access and usefulness for the users of OER initiatives?

Keywords accessibility · challenges · intellectual property rights · cost analysis · research

Languageeng
URLhttp://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/1/49/36243575.pdf
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