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ICDE- UNESCO policy forum: Bali, Indonesia, November 20, 2014
International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE) [corporate]

PublishedDecember 2014
PublisherInternational Council for Open and Distance Education

ABSTRACT
“Ensure Equitable Quality Education and Lifelong Learning for All by 2030: The Contribution of Open, Online and Flexible Higher Education to the Post-2015 Global Education Agenda”

The ICDE - UNESCO Policy Forum brought together decision-makers in government and senior management in higher education institutions. The objectives of the Forum were twofold: (i) to inform participants about the ongoing consultation process regarding the post-2015 global education agenda; and (ii) to discuss the contribution of technology-enhanced Higher Education to the future education agenda and to the development of 21st century sustainable societies.

Keywords 2012 Paris OER Declaration · OER adoption · OER challenges · OER governmental policy · OER policy · OER quality

RefereedDoes not apply
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