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How to foster sharing of educational resources?
van der Baaren, John and de Vries, Fred

PublishedSeptember 2010
ConferenceUOC, OU, BYU

ABSTRACT
The future of OER is highly dependent on the future of education in general. A future that will be determined by major changes in society that demand more people with a higher education and life long learning. Each vision for the long term future needs to take the qualitative and quantitative demands into account. Backcasting from a vision we arrive at useful steps to take, some of which we managed to start up in the form of pilots as part of the European research project Share.TEC.

Keywords Open Educational Resources · ShareTech · sustainability

Published atBarcelona
Languageeng
Rightsby-nc-nd/3.0
URLhttp://openaccess.uoc.edu/webapps/o2/bitstream/10609/4881/6/Baaren.pdf
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