July 28, 2014 by Leigh-Anne Perryman
OpenPraxis article: The role of OER localisation in building a knowledge partnership for development: insights from the TESSA and TESS-India teacher education projects.
Category: Educational inclusion, evidence, India, OER, OER Research Hub, Social inclusion, Spirit of Open, Teacher education, Teaching, TESS-India
| Tags: Commonwealth, digital exclusion, Educational inclusion, Hypothesis C, India, OER Research Hub, openness, Spirit of Open, Teacher education, TESS-India, Widening participation
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