Ten Years of OER: the Road Ahead
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Closing Keynote Address, The Unisa/Cambridge International Conference on Open, Distance and eLearning, Cape Town, South Africa, 2 October 2013 by Professor Asha Kanwar, Commonwealth of Learning // It is a pleasure and an honour to be here and I am very grateful to Prof Mandla Makhanya, Prof Narend Baijnath and the organisers for the invitation. My topic today is ‘Ten Years of Open Education Resources: The Road Ahead’ // I shall first review some of the landmark developments in OER in the last ten years and look at the lessons learned during this time. I will then share some of COL’s contributions that may be of interest, identify the issues that remain and look at future directions.
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