Open Educational Resources as an Innovative Pathway for Enhancing Quality Education with Minimum Financial Affordability
The best education system is that syndicate equity and quality. Integration of technology in education become a common practices and technology motivate the learners to expand and update knowledge day by day. Open educational resources are newly emerged technological innovation which facilitate flexible learning environment to the learners. Open educational resources are the web resources which distribute knowledge for free. It gives the possibility to the makers and users of open resources to enhance and build qualitative knowledge community. This paper focuses on the importance of open educational resources as an innovative pathway for enhancing quality education with minimum financial affordability.
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