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In this presentation, instructors share their experiences in redesigning the first-year sequence of a language course... see more

The BC Open Textbook Adaptation Guide is a practical guide to adapting or revising open textbooks using the PressBooks... see more

You can use CC-licensed materials as long as you follow the license conditions. One condition of all CC licenses is... see more

To celebrate Open Education Week, CCCOER conducted five 45-minute webinars, one per day, where faculty in a specific... see more

In this presentation, we hear from a statewide and a regional consortium who are establishing open education policy and... see more

Dual Enrollment of high school students at community colleges has been growing rapidly in the last few years, as it helps... see more

Many studies have shown that the high cost of textbooks presents a barrier to student success with a greater adverse... see more

To celebrate Open Education Week, CCCOER held five 45-minute webinars, one per day, where faculty in a specific... see more

Chemistry is designed for the two-semester general chemistry course. For many students, this course provides the... see more

This is a video presentation from the 2014 Open Courseware Consortium. The four speakers discuss how diverse learners are... see more

The Equity Through OER Rubric is a comprehensive self-assessment tool, designed to guide students, faculty,... see more

Finding OER is the easy part. Determining if the OER will work in your course takes some careful consideration. Lucky for... see more

This guide presents standards that are used in evaluating Open Educational Resources. There are also links to rubrics to... see more

What do faculty members experience when they switch to using open educational resources? This video from Lumen Learning... see more

The Faculty OER Toolkit is intended as an introductory guide for faculty interested in incorporating Open Educational... see more

This is a presentation that discusses how to find a variety of open educational resources. In addition, the author... see more

This resource highlights the theme of fair use, copyright, Creative Commons, and use of images. While relevant to... see more

This presentation is a link to a video as well as a transcript of a panel discussion that explores how to get individual... see more

This is the first webinar in the "Getting Started" series from the Texas Digital Library. Lessons Learned in OER will... see more

This handbook is a compilation of tasks and materials used in the online teacher training course on Open Educational... see more

Guide to Developing Open Textbooks (2016) is a how to guide that has been developed to assist teachers, teaching support... see more

Oregon’s community colleges and universities have made great progress in raising awareness and adopting OER. As a result,... see more

Oregon’s community colleges and universities have made great progress in raising awareness and adopting OER. As a result,... see more

YouTube is one of the most commonly used video search engines in the world. Did you know you can use YouTube to find... see more