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Towards a sustainable inter-institutional collaborative framework for Open Educational Resources (OER)
Ng'ambi, Dick and Luo, Airong

PublishedMay 2013
PeriodicalChapter 16, Pages 223-239
PublisherCommonwealth of Learning, Athabasca University
EditorsMcGreal, Rory · Kinuthia, Wanjira · Marshall, Stewart
CountrySouth Africa, Ghana, Africa


Languageen
ISBN978-1-894975-62-9
RefereedYes
Rightsby-sa/2.0
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