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What are Open Educational Resources?
According to UNESCO, Open Educational Resources (OER) is any type of educational resource material that is accessible in the public domain or introduced via an open licence. The nature of these open materials means that anyone can legally and freely copy, use, adapt and reshare them. These materials can be accessed via any of the following formats:
- Teaching Notes
Library Guides on Open Educational Resources
Browse these Library Guides for information on OER's.
Books in the Unisa Library on Open Educational Resources
These books may be requested from the Unisa Library.
Open Educational Resources for Nursing
Links to multidisciplinary Open Educational Resources that you could access.
Books on Open Educational Resources for Nursing