Open Educational Resources
Open education is more than just offering low or no-cost course materials to students.
Why Open Education?
Open education is more than just offering low or no-cost course materials to students. It is advocacy for better teaching that is based upon a community of inquiry, equal and early access to course materials for students, and sharing resources among the global community. Faculty can truly create their perfect textbook and break away from the one-size-fits-all approach. Education is more effective when we work together to remove access barriers.
Open education depends upon on the continuous development of open educational resources (OER) and open licensing of those materials, resulting in removal of access barriers for students.
Oklahoma OER Collaboration Opportunities
East Central University, Oklahoma State University and Redlands Community College submitted a grant proposal to the Institute of Museum and Library Services for a three-year research project to create a…Read More
Discover some of the current happenings on Oklahoma campuses in the world of OER.
Open Educational Resources: Basics & Beyond
Understanding Open Educational Resources
Produced by volunteers from the Council for Online Learning Excellence (COLE), this infographic can be shared with your colleagues who might be unfamiliar with OER.
Oklahoma OER LibGuides
Multiple institutions across the state of Oklahoma provide OER LibGuides that are helpful even for faculty teaching elsewhere. Here is a directory of current webpages.
- Cameron University Library
- East Central University
- Northeastern State University
- Oklahoma Christian University
- Oklahoma City Community College
- Oklahoma City University Library
- Oklahoma State University Library
- Rogers State University Library
- Tulsa Community College Library
- University of Oklahoma Library
- University of Central Oklahoma Library
Philosophical Thought: Across Cultures and Through the Ages (Edited by Heather Wilburn, Tulsa Community College)