Supporting access to open education resources and massive open online courses for high school students of New Zealand

  title={Supporting access to open education resources and massive open online courses for high school students of New Zealand},
  author={Sittara Hakim},
  journal={E-Learning and Digital Media},
  pages={244 - 253}
  • Sittara Hakim
  • Published 1 July 2017
  • Education
  • E-Learning and Digital Media
Open education promotes an absolute openness in the dissemination of education, eliminating barriers including, but not limited to, cost and access to free and relevant resources. For open education, digital content has provided a means of not just sharing resources, but for promoting an interactive and collaborative culture of pooled Open Educational Resources to help others have the freedom of learning and educating themselves as per their necessity and yearning. Open Educational Resources in… 

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