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Open Educational Resources: Home

Introduction

 

More than Just Textbooks

Use the links below to find textbooks, as well as a variety of materials that supplement both the textbook and your teaching. For a deeper dive into finding,
using and evaluating resources, along with some pointers on course redesign, take
a look at the Zero-Cost Textbook Adoption Guide, created by the PALSave Team.

Three Reasons to Use Open Educational Resources

  • The high cost of textbooks means students can't always afford them and may be going without.
  • They are created by educators for educators, using the peer review process.
  • You can edit, adapt, and modify them, creating a custom resource for your course.

 

OASIS

CC Search

Zero-Cost Textbook Adoption Guide

MERLOT

Google

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Search Google for Open Content

https://www.google.com/advanced_search

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OER Commons

YouTube

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Search YouTube for Open Content

  1. Do a search
  2. Click FILTER (above the results)
  3. Click Creative Commons

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