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Open Educational Resources: salvation or subjectification? image: pot.com/2010/09/pictur e-of-month-sept html
'rather than establishing a world, critique is a process that brings together different worlds' (Postma 2012, p145). Postma, D., Education as sociomaterial critique. Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 20(1), pp.137–156.
the key not only to solving the global education crisis but to unlocking sustainable global growth in the 21st century Daniel, J. and Killion, D. (2012). Are open educational resources the key to global economic growth. Guardian Online. Retrieved from: education-network/blog/2012/jul/04/open-educational-resources-and-economic-growthhttp://www.guardian.co.uk/higher- education-network/blog/2012/jul/04/open-educational-resources-and-economic-growth
Liberty image: du/siris/top_imag es/sic.top.06_200 9.htm
Open as in open access The learning subject in OER
'all the basic knowledge, all the refined physics, all the deep mathematics, everything of beauty in music, in the visual arts, all of literature, all of the video arts of the twentieth century can be given to everybody everywhere' (Caswell et al. 2008, p9-10). Caswell, T. et al., (2008). Open Educational Resources: Enabling universal education. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 9(1), pp.1–11.
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