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Open Education Practices: A User Guide for Organisations

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Open Education Practices: A User Guide for Organisations
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This user guide is for educational organizations interested in developing open education practices using popular social media. It is based on an analysis of the Otago Polytechnic experience 2006-2009, where a small group of teachers used social media to develop open education practices. Recommendations are made for further work and investigation based on Otago's experiences.

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