Launch of National Repository of Open Education Resources (NROER)

Shashi Tharoor, , Aug 13, 2013
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Via Cable Green I read that "The new India "National Repository of Open Education Resources" has been launched, and Dr. Tharoor, the Human Resource Development Minister, just announced all resources (unless mentioned otherwise) are licensed CC-BY-SA." This link is to the speech by Shashi Tharoor making the announcement. "ICT is a tool that will help enhance the way education is imparted in schools," he says. "It will open doors for new ways of interactive learning for the students and indeed for the teachers. However, this comes with an underlying caveat that in order to use this tool, students need to have free and open access to educational resources."

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