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Good Stories Don’t Grow on Trees: A Guide to Effective Costing of Storybooks in the Global South

Openly licensed resources are ‘free’ to access, but there are significant creation, adaptation, production, and use costs. The long-term sustainability of local-language publishing requires that these costs be met fairly, using financial models that will enable people to establish, grow, and maintain effective content creation organizations. This research aims to raise awareness of the various costs that go into producing and translating storybooks and of the relationship between investment and quality. It also serves to illustrate emerging business models for local organizations creating content using open licensing that funders and governments might wish to fund to support effective early literacy acquisition in developing countries.

NBA Author(s)
External Author(s)
Lisbeth Levey
Resource Type
Report
Education Sector
Early literacy
Date of Publication
Fati and the honey tree
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Topics
Early Literacy
Services
Developing, supporting and promoting the use of Open Education Resources (OER)
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