This article is a bit less focused than I would like to see, but it's an interesting case study looking at one OER publisher in India and its Storyweaver platform, and has some useful insights. I found myself nodding in agreement reading this: "The problem lies with people judging OERs’ quality based on other products in the market, where quality is determined by the price paid. That being said, where children have poor levels of literacy and limited or no access to education, the mere availability of any resource can be beneficial to their development." The question of sustainability takes centre stage, even with the help of user-generated content and community-based reviewing. But one wonders why basic education is a task being undertaken by private companies and NGOs, when surely it should be one of the primary responsibilities of the community as a whole.