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This paper refers to the OERTest project and Open Educational Resources (OER) as support education materials that may be freely accessed, reused, modified and shared by anyone. In this paper we will try to answer the following question: how can the political conditions be created to foster an effective exchange of OERs between Higher Education institutions? The article presents several policy recommendations (intended as lessons learnt from the project) to ensure an effective recognition and exchange of OER between Higher Education Institutions.

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Ferrari, L., & Traina, I. (2013). The OERTEST Project: Creating Political Conditions for Effective Exchange of OER in Higher Education. Journal of E-Learning and Knowledge Society, 9(1).