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Students using Xerte to create open educational resources

Students using Xerte to create open educational resources

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In this post, Alison Christie and Brendan Owers describe how Xerte, a rapid content authoring tool, was used by students as part of a group assignment on the online Masters of Public Health programme. 

Students using Xerte to create open educational resources



Image Credit: University of Edinburgh Collections Catalogue No. 0007861. Remix by Joe Arton

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