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Open Educational Resources: Other Resources
Reuse, Revise, Remix and Redistribute: The Four Pillars toward course completion, improved grades, increased credit load, and overall student success. How the library can assist faculty in achieving these goals effectively and efficiently.
Are you considering converting to or building a textbook-free course? Would you like to incorporate some open resources into your course to help students get a better grasp of certain topics? Here are some tips for finding Open Educational Resources to build or add to your classes.
At the end of the day, the idea of open education resources is an empowering one. Teachers create and find content instead of being resigned to use what content come is the textbook. They are now in command and can chose from a much larger and richer landscape of content.
Northwestern Michigan College: Free and Open Textbooks
Open educational resources not only save students from triple-digit (or more!) textbook costs, but they also allow instructors to mix-and-match content for a more personalized, engaging learning experience. Here are 16 resources that offer a wide range of content and tools to help implement OER in just about any course.