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Open Educational Resources

Learn about the potential impact of open educational resources (OER) on student engagement, and how to adopt, adapt and create your own for use in the educational environment

Library Resources

The library subscribes to many paid resources which, while not "open," can be used in their entirety to supplement or replace a traditional textbook.  We can help you locate articles and ebooks that represent up to date research in various fields of study. See the Alternative Course Materials LibGuide for examples.

 

Begin by browsing our databases, or contact a librarian for assistance!

Why the library?

Consulting with a librarian for material selection can help alleviate some of the most common concerns with OER adoption.

 

source: http://onlinelearningsurvey.com/reports/openingthecurriculum2014.pdf