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Between 2005 and 2007, a large Community of Interest of more than 600 members from more than half of the 192 Member States of UNESCO took part in online discussions on Open Educational Resources (OER) – open content for education. This document is a testament to the power of group deliberation in a vibrant virtual community. It presents the way forward for OER based upon the informed opinion of an international community, and sets out priorities for future action. It will be of interest to many readers – from decision and policy makers at the national level to teachers and academics at the local leve. This resource is published under the Creative Commons: Attribution- Share Alike.

Yuan, Li
MacNeill, Sheila
Kraan, Wilbert
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