Dispelling myths about OER

The JISC open educational resources programme is the largest scale OER initiative in the UK. It’s so big – and involves so many organisations – that the overall aims of the project may not be entirely clear.  Lorna Campbell’s post at CETIS attempts to address any misunderstandings about the project, but basically amounts a note of caution about what can be achieved at this stage.

It could be argued that sharing implies an open model (sharing with all) and exchange a community based model which relies on mutual benefits within a specific community.
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