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There is much discussion about open educational resources (OERs) in current scholarship. Conferences, workshops, articles, Twitter feeds, blogs and on and offline debates have emerged across the academic community, both supporting and contending their use. With the drastic increase in scholarly dialogue on this topic, there is no question that OERs have had an influence on modern academics and the resources we use. ...
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