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Open Educational Resources (OER) for Faculty

OER resources for faculty.

What are Open Educational Resources?

""Open educational resources (OER) are materials for teaching or learning that are either in the public domain or have been released under a license that allows them to be freely used, changed, or shared with others. OER may include everything from a single video or lesson plan to a complete online course or curriculum and also include the software platforms needed to create, change, and share the materials.

We Can Help!

COM Library supports affordable textbooks and we can help you make the transition.

Interested? Let us know. Contact Kpark@com.edu

  • Consult with a librarian to find eBooks the library can purchase to use as your textbook.
  • Consult with a librarian to find an open textbook to adopt for your course. 
  • Consult with a librarian to have your open textbook added to our Textbook Checkout guides for easy access. 
  • Collaborate with a librarian to create a guide as your textbook, using multiple library and open access resources. 

OER Squad

COM supports OER for textbooks. If you are running into barriers, the OER Squad can help!

Help Finding Textbooks

OER & Open Access Guides

""COM Library collects links to top open access eBooks, journals, databases, streaming video. Get them from the guides below. 

Open access sources are also available by subject in all our subject guides