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Open Educational Resources (OER)

Learn how to find and use OER for teaching and learning (go/oerguide/)

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Kellam Ayres
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Davis Family Library 250M
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The content on this page was adapted from an OER LibGuide by Abbey Elder, Iowa State University.

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Unless otherwise noted, this LibGuide is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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Find Open Textbooks

The following resources can be used to locate high quality, peer-reviewed open textbooks in a variety of subject areas. Most of these resources also provide evaluative information about the textbooks they contain, such as faculty reviews, accessibility reviews, and usage statistics.

Find Other OER

Other open educational resources (syllabi, course handouts, lesson plans, etc.) can be found in the following OER repositories.