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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.

OpenModernisms homepage screenshot showing the Open Case Studies project

Open Modernisms is an option for social science and humanities scholars who would like to remix their own anthologies to feature non-copyrighted primary source material dating from 1850-1950. This platform allows instructors to either remix material already hosted on the site or upload their own material, add notes, and print the results as a pdf for distribution to students.

Open Case Studies is a project by the University of British Columbia that presents case studies in various disciplines. Faculty are invited to remix these studies or write their own and share them.

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