Open - free to use and repurpose
Free - free to use
Affordable - available at low cost
Free North Shore - available to NSCC students and faculty
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Open Educational Resources are teaching, learning or research materials that are in the public domain or released with an intellectual property license that allows for free use, sharing, and/or adapting. (Adapted from UNESCO definition).
7 Things You Should Know About Open Education Resources EDUCAUSE Learning Iniative
Interactive Open Educational Resources: A Guide to Finding, Choosing, and Using What's Out There to Transform College Teaching John D. Shank
Let's Be Open Lance Eaton
Locating and Evaluating Open Educational Resources Andrea Milligan
Making Your Publications Open Access: Resources to Assist Researchers and Librarians Diane Dawson
Open Education Handbook 2014 Open Education Working Group
Open Washington Open Education Resource Network Guide
The Open Project is a joint collaboration between the Library and Academic Technology to create this Open Educational Resource Guide for faculty to locate quality, free content for their courses. This guide is designed to bring together practical and appropriate open educational resources that can be adapted for class use. This is also a forum where faculty can communicate and share the resources that they have found useful.
Use: One of the most important ways to participate is to use open educational resources. Whether you are replacing your textbook or finding excellent assignment guidelines, delve into these resources and provide them for your students.
Share: Be sure to let people know that you are using open educational resources and direct them to this resource so they too can participate. Emphasize to your students the importance of supporting open educational resources and how that can impact their wallets.
Add: Look to your own materials and help contribute to the open educational resources movement. If you have created any material that you feel others will benefit from, donate them to an open educational resource or acquire a Creative Commons license and post them on the Internet.
The Open Project is a joint collaboration between the Library, Academic Technology and faculty.
Our members are: