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Open & online: Wales, higher education and emerging modes of learning: Report of the Online Digital Learning Working Group
Online Digital Learning Working Group [corporate]

PublishedMarch 2014
PeriodicalPages 1-90
PublisherLlywodraeth Cymru Welsh Government
CountryUnited Kingdom, Europe

ABSTRACT
In February 2013, Leighton Andrews AM, then Minister for Education and Skills established the Online Digital Learning Working Group.

The Group drew on expertise from further and higher education in Wales. Its remit was to advise on the challenges to higher education in Wales of emerging trends in online learning.

Keywords business model · higher education · monetisation of MOOC · MOOC · OER institutional policy · OER professional development · Welsh government · Welsh MOOCs

Published atCardiff
ISBN978 1 4734 0396 3
Other numberWG20081, WG20081
RefereedDoes not apply
Rights© Crown copyright 2014
URLhttp://wales.gov.uk/docs/dcells/publications/140402-online-digital-learning-working-group-en.pdf
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