Open educational resources in a global context
AbstractCan open educational resources help solve the global education shortage? Will a social authoring process enable developing and developed countries to create educational resources together? This paper analyzes these and other questions around the emerging use of open educational resources in a global context. Global perspectives are provided via analysis and extracts from discussion and case studies that took place in a UNESCO online discussion forum involving 480 participants from 90 countries. Open educational resource types, benefits, business models, and futures are explored
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Stacey, P. (2007). Open educational resources in a global context. First Monday, 12(4). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v12i4.1769
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