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OER policy registry
Creative Commons

Published2013
PublisherCreative Commons
CountryUnited States, United Kingdom, South Africa, Poland, New Zealand, Netherlands, Mexico, Mauritius, Lithuania, Indonesia, Hungary, Ghana, France, Spain, Colombia, China, Brazil, Australia, Argentina

ABSTRACT
An Open Educational Resources (OER) Policy Registry, a database of 81 (30/07/2013) current and proposed open education policies from around the world. Here, anyone can easily share, update, and browse open education policies and legislation. In addition, we host supporting policy resources such as case studies and guides.

Keywords OER policy · wiki

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URLhttp://wiki.creativecommons.org/OER_Policy_Registry
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