Life After the World OER Congress?
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As we come to the close of the 2012 World OER Congress, the next question is: where do we go from here? The adoption of the Paris Declaration is an important outcome of this Congress as Member States move from action to commitment.//What role can the international organisations play to support this process? Let me outline five directions that have emerged from our discussions over the past two days.
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