H817 students, it's worth reading the embedded report about the issues that Australian universities face in relation to online education vs traditional models. It's also interesting to note how they define university in comparison to the US. Their tighter definition means they are confronted with more challenges concerning online education due to stricter rules and regulations.
In general, as we work through resources related to the OER movement I'm finding that definitions vary across the board. Sometimes they need to be interpreted and understood within quite specific contexts which adds another layer of complexity to the movement. So read carefully and contrast and compare texts when it comes to providing solutions or improvements to problems faced by particular countries, institutions or smaller bodies involved in the provision of OER.
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