National Open Educational Resources Policy for Malta
Malta’s National Lifelong Learning Strategy 2020 embraces open education and OER to promote connected learning. The document sets out the strategy and contains several recommendations for raising awareness about OER. A report to the Ministry for Education and Employment (MEDE) by the Working Group on Post-Secondary Education and the Future of Education presents a series of recommendations. The report presents a draft OER policy for Malta to take forward the vision of lifelong learning envisaged in the strategy 2020.
AuthorCamilleri, Anthony F
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