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Open educational resources and social justice: Potentials and implications for research productivity in higher educational institutions

Education and Youth Empowerment

Research is an essential tool for the creation and advancement of knowledge for socio-economic development. Whilst individuals pursue different kinds of education in order to match international standards, employers are keen to recruit employees with needed skills for a competitive edge. Due to the newly existing educational technologies, individuals have been left with insatiable desire to learn more skills, yet, with limited resources. The advent of Open Education (OE) has led to mass retention, use/re-use, redistribution, revision, and remix of open educational resources (OERs) thereby transforming the learning and research landscape in higher learning institutions. This paper analysed the contribution of OERs and social justice (SJ) on research productivity in higher education institutions.

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Vollan Ochieng

Vollan is a Research Officer in the Education and Youth…

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POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH SCIENTIST

Razak M. Gyasi

Dr. Razak Gyasi is a postdoctoral research scientist in the…

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