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|Description=Representatives taking part in the workshop were invited to describe the current position of their institutions, sharing information about whether OER was being encouraged, tolerated, supported, or ignored.  It should be noted that these are NOT official policies, just subjective accounts of the policy climate.
 
|Description=Representatives taking part in the workshop were invited to describe the current position of their institutions, sharing information about whether OER was being encouraged, tolerated, supported, or ignored.  It should be noted that these are NOT official policies, just subjective accounts of the policy climate.
 
|Author=SCORE
 
|Author=SCORE
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|OER Policy Date=2012/05/04
 
|Language code=English
 
|Language code=English
 
|OER Policy Jurisdiction=Institution - Tertiary
 
|OER Policy Jurisdiction=Institution - Tertiary
 
|Country=United Kingdom
 
|Country=United Kingdom
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|OER Policy Institution=SCORE
 
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A summary of the OER policy climate at a number of UK HEI
 
A summary of the OER policy climate at a number of UK HEI

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Date: 2012/05/04
Policy Status:
Language: English
Jurisdiction: Institution - Tertiary
Country: United Kingdom
Institution: SCORE
Policy license:

Tags: UK

Policy Title: Summary of UK HEI OER Policies from SCORE workshop, 2012 - Go to the policy
Author(s): SCORE

Description: Representatives taking part in the workshop were invited to describe the current position of their institutions, sharing information about whether OER was being encouraged, tolerated, supported, or ignored. It should be noted that these are NOT official policies, just subjective accounts of the policy climate.

Policy Comments:

A summary of the OER policy climate at a number of UK HEI