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The Quiet Revolution in Open Learning
Carey, Kevin

PublishedMay 2011
PeriodicalVolume 2011
PublisherThe Chronicle of Higher Education

ABSTRACT
Discusses the history of Open Educational Resources in the United States, mentioning funding, stakeholders and examples of OERs.

Keywords Open Educational Resources · Creative Commons · accreditation · Mozilla Open Badges · Khan Academy · MIT · OER quality

Languageeng
Other number2011-11-03
URLhttp://chronicle.com/article/The-Quiet-Revolution-in-Open/127545/
Access date2011-11-03
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