Open educational resources - Ashima Sitaula, Indiana Statesman

At the 2002 UNESCO Forum on the Impact of Open Courseware for Higher Education in Developing Countries, the word Open Educational Resources (OER) was developed to define a new worldwide practice of open exchange of educational resources. This initiative to create commonly accessible freely adaptable material recognized as OER has gained traction.  A worldwide group of OER makers has subsequently appeared and organizations are integrating these funds into their methods of teaching and learning.


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