Transformation for an open education repository: issues associated with IT and computing distance learning course materials.
In: International conference, Information Technologies: Theory, Practice, Innovations, 06 - 07 Dec 2007, Alytus College, Alytus, Lithuania..
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The number of Open Educational Resource Repositories available worldwide continues to grow and many contain course materials from campus-based institutions. The Open University in the United Kingdom (UK) has influenced the OER movement by releasing traditional distance learning course materials as OERs. This paper discusses issues associated with the transformation of Open University distance learning course materials in the IT and Computing subject area into OERs.
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