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Everyone is talking about a digital curriculum free of those hard copy textbooks that have been a part of schooling since the advent of the one room schoolhouse. In this series I will investigate ...
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According to a study, it is found that 25 percent of public school teachers in rural India, remain absent from their workplace. One of the culprits responsible for this serious situation is the content taught to the students.
The universities announced a new nonprofit partnership, known as edX, that will offer vast new learning opportunities for students around the world.
The growing use of open educational resources is leading publishers to blend free materials into their products and services.
Sounds like it has more potential than the popular MOOC to help students in developing countries.
What is the benefit of open access to academia? Who will pay for open education resources?