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Open Educational Resources

A guide for instructor basic understanding of Open Educational Resources (OER), including how to find, evaluate, use and adapt OER materials for their own curriculum.

Adopting Open Educational Resources

Below you can find information on how to adopt Open Education Resources to meet your learning goal objectives. 

Consider: Does this material cover the content your class will learn?

If not, how far off is it? If the material has several points you like and only a few you don't, consider using part of it or adapting it for your class.

Consider: How do you normally evaluate materials? 

Don't lower your standards. There is a wide variety of quality in available OER materials. 

 

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