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Affordable Course Materials and Open Educational Resources (OER): Creating and Publishing
This guide is designed to assist faculty in the exploration, identification, evaluation, selection, and adoption of Affordable Course Materials and Open Educational Resources
Teaching with Technology is an evolving project meant to gather together different technologies used for teaching and learning.
The tools that are presented in this site are what our teams have researched and found to be the most useful tools for each category and use case that is listed. Many of the tools presented in this site are free and are represented with the free icon next to the tool name. This site is not intended to list all of the available tools out there on the web, only a few of the most useful tools for each use case that we have listed
The OER Toolkit aims to improve equitable access to open learning resources and services to college students by providing a province-wide academic support platform for faculty to use while designing courses and assignments. The Toolkit is a one-stop guide to open educational resources, providing faculty and library staff with tools and information to understand, engage with, create, and sustain OER in their work and practice.
Everything published by the Federal government is free of any copyright restrictions. The research, reports and websites can be useful resources for classes when creating your own course material.
Try to search a specific agency's website. A-Z List of Federal Agencies. Many times these materials are not retrieved with simple Google searches. Here are some examples of US Federal Databases.
The Homeland Security Digital Library is a collection of documents related to homeland security policy, strategy, and organizational management. Topics include maritime, unmanned aerial systems, terrorism, epidemics and many more.
SciTech Connect is a collection of science, technology, and engineering research information from the U.S. Department of Energy.