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Open Textbook Library : Collection of open textbooks sourced by the Open Education Network based at the University of Minnesota

OpenStax : Collection of open educational resources hosted by Rice University

LibreTexts : Collection of subject-specific libraries of open educational resources in the sciences, humanities, business, medicine, and more

MERLOT : Curated online learning and support materials and content creation tools hosted by California State University Long Beach

SkillsCommons : Workforce training materials for use with skilled trades instruction created by a partnership between the U.S. Department of Labor and California State University's MERLOT

MyOpenMath : Providing rich algorithmically generated assessment for mathematics and other quantitative fields to support the use of free, open textbooks 

PhET : Interactive, research-based science and mathematics simulations created in partnership with the University of Colorado

GCFGlobal : Offers free training in technology skills (MS Office, etc), work skills, and core education skills; created by the Goodwill Community Foundation

Mason OER Metafinder (MOM) : Federated search engine scanning mutliple OER platforms to find content; created by George Mason University Libraries

OER Commons : Digital library of open educational resources hosted by ISKME

OASIS : Open content search engine from SUNY Geneseo's Milne Library

DOAB : Directory of Open Access Books

DOAJ : Directory of Open Access Journals


Create OER

Creative Commons : Global nonprofit organization that enables sharing and reuse of creativity and knowledge through the provision of free legal tools

OER Commons : Provides professional development and training in OER and hosts the Open Author creation tool

Authoring Accessible OER : Collection of tools and methodologies to assist faculty in creating open online course content

OER Tools for Publishing: Sourced by the Open Education Database, these are resouces that can help in publishing and developing OER initiatives

Understanding Creative Commons Licensing : Compiled by the British Columbia Open Campus


Learn More About OER

Getting Started with OER : Introductory guide from University of Arkansas Cossatot, leading the state in OER use for higher education

Faculty Guide to OER : Resouces geared toward faculty OER utilization, from University of Arkansas Cossatot

Iowa State University Guide to OER : Subject-specific guide to curated open educational resources

University of Arizona Libguide : Collection of OER resources

University of Michigan Open Guide : OER listing with content arranged by course type

OER Benefits and Advocacy : Studies and research to introduce the advantages of using open educational resources

Introduction to OER : Course from Open University that introduces the basic of OER 

Benefits of Open Pedagogy

Introduction to Open Pedagogy : University of Texas Arlington Libraries

Toward Renewable Assessments : Benefits of open pedagogy approach to assignments for both students and education as a whole

Open Pedagogy Notebook : Perspective on the benefits of open pedagogy when teaching for trades professions

What an Open Pedagogy Class Taught Me About Myself : Student perspective on open pedagogy

What is OER?

The term Open Educational Resource (OER) refers to educational resources such as textbooks, lesson plans, quizzes, syllabi, instructional modules, simulations, etc. that are freely and perpetually available for use, reuse, adaptation, and sharing. These are resources that reside in the public domain or have been released under an open or creative commons license with no or limited restrictions


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What is OER?

The term Open Educational Resource (OER) refers to educational resources such as textbooks, lesson plans, quizzes, syllabi, instructional modules, simulations, etc. that are freely and perpetually available for use, reuse, adaptation, and sharing. These are resources that reside in the public domain or have been released under an open or creative commons license with no or limited restrictions


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Campus OER Represtatives

Amanda Blum -Virtual Leaning Coordinator

Tina Bradley -Library Director

Heather LaGoy -Library Technician

Theressa Walker -Faculty - Business / Management


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Campus OER Represtatives

Amanda Blum -Virtual Leaning Coordinator

Tina Bradley -Library Director

Heather LaGoy -Library Technician

Theressa Walker -Faculty - Business / Management


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