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This document is intended to support authors, teachers, professors, librarians, and all open educators in evaluating when and how they can incorporate third party copyright materials into Open Educational Resources to meet their pedagogical goals.
Best Practices in Designing Courses with Open Educational Resources by Olena Zhadko; Susan Ko
Call Number: LB3045.74.Z53 2020
Publication Date: 2019-12-20
Differentiating Between Open Access and Open Educational Resources
This one page introductory guide differentiates OER and OA materials on the basis of purpose (teaching vs. research), method of access (analog and digital), and in terms of the relative freedoms offered by different levels of Creative Commons licenses, the most common open license.
A playlist that acts as a mini-course on open education resources (OER). It covers reasons behind Open education, some examples of OER projects and some research associated with OER. - By Martin Weller
Texas Learn OER includes information on understanding OER; open licensing, including Creative Commons; finding and evaluating OER; accessibility; adapting, creating, and sharing OER; and OER policy and practice in Texas.