Philipp Schmidt, UNESCO, Oct 15, 2009
Commentary by Stephen Downes

From the email release: "Today the UNESCO OER Toolkit (with support from the UNESCO Communications and Information Sector) was released as a resource for academics and institutions -- with a special focus on developing countries -- who are interested in participating in open education projects." The toolkit is a basic set of wiki pages containing introductory-level information on open educational resources (OERs).
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