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Open Educational Resources: OER: Resources for Faculty

What is my Best Resource?

What are your best resources in OER?  Your librarians and the library!

The Library already has many resources to help you. 

  • Reserves - Put library-owned or personal copies of books or other items on reserve.  Students can use them in the Library or check them out for a specified limited amount of time.
  • Journal articles - Link to articles through our databases and list them in your e-Learning course!
  • e-books - The library has access to over 243,000 e-books.  Titles can be linked to your course and have unlimited simultaneous users.
  • Research Guides - Librarians are busy creating Research Guides both for programs and individual courses/instructors.  We can help you create one to use as the textbook for your course too!

Do you want to use OER in your classroom?
Contact a librarian!  We can point you towards open access textbooks and related open access sources.

Lesson Plan Ideas

Library Materials as Course Materials