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Textbook Affordability and Open Educational Resources (OER)

This guide is an introduction to Open Educational Resources (OER) and efforts to lower student textbook and course material costs at CCC.

SP22 Workshop - Finding Free Course Materials: Textbook Affordability VS OER

Selecting high-quality OER

Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources presents the following webinar: Faculty & Librarians Selecting High-Quality OER

In this webinar, we heard from librarians and faculty who are working together to support the selection and adoption of high-quality open educational resources to enhance teaching and learning.  Leveraging the key role and skill set of librarians for curating high-quality and openly licensed resources can give faculty time to focus on the pedagogical enhancements available through OER adoption in their courses. (Last updated Sep 27, 2017.)

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OER reading

There are a lot of amazing things to read about OER, so this is an incomplete list. Please make recommendations for this list by emailing reference@clackamas.edu

Research

Advocacy

OER Webinar Repositories

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