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Teachers' Perceptions of Open Educational Resources: The Case of Open Resources for English Language Teaching (ORELT) in Kenya
Journal of Learning for Development
The use of Open Educational Resources (OERs) in the teaching and learning of various subjects is a relatively new innovation in the Kenyan school system. With the advent and subsequent liberalization of ICT, material developers are subsequently shifting away from the traditional modes of material development in the form of textbooks and other "canonical" formats which require the teacher to use them as they are handed down without any input or modification. The Open Resources for Englishdoi:10.56059/jl4d.v8i3.529 fatcat:pr3hh6o4ffgdjcam754zja24v4