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The guidelines describe the whole process for designing and implementing OER policy in seven chapters, each representing a clear phase in the whole process. The chapters introduce the purpose of the phase and provide background information and references with practical examples for illustration. At the end of each chapter, specific tasks are set for the policy-maker, which will help with formulating of the final OER policy.

Fengchun Miao
Sanjaya Mishra
Dominic Orr
and Ben Janssen
OER policies in Africa
United Nations Educational
Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and Commonwealth of Learning (COL)
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