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Ebook Guide

Finding and using OER

OER: retain, reuse, revise, remix and redistribute 

In addition to the UA Libraries' unlimited license ebooks, OER textbooks can serve as a viable alternative for some course materials. 

These materials — which range from single lessons to full textbooks — are free for anyone in the world to use, customize, share, and keep. Learn more about OER. Instructors also can create their own OER using the UA's Pressbooks platform. A growing number of UA faculty are using open pedagogy to involve students in the creation of OER. Humans R Social Media, by iSchool Assistant Professor Diana Daly and her students, is a great example of this.

Open Textbook Library 

Pressbooks Directory

LibreTexts

OpenStax

COERLL (for language instruction)

OER Commons

For more information about Open Education Resources, contact Cheryl (Cuillier) Casey, Open Education Librarian


Use OASIS to search over 100 different sites for open content: