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    Marshall Smith, “Ruminations on Research on OER”

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    Key Points

    The characteristics that define OER potentially add value above or different from those achieved by a similar non-OER pieces. OER could be widely disruptive, but institutional barriers will need to be overcome. There are nine areas of Research that can help OER become more widely adopted.

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