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Open Educational Resources: Where to Find

This guide introduces and explains open educational resources and provides help for faculty on finding, evaluating and creating OERs.

Large Databases for Open Educational Resources

These databases are a good starting point to find a wide variety of open educational resources.

Other Sources for Open Educational Resources

Although not as well-known as the above databases, these sites can also be good places to find open educational resources, including textbooks and other material.

Open Audio, Video, and Images

Open educational resources don't have to be just textbooks; any material you use in the classroom can be open. These sites focus on other materials - images, videos, and audio - that are free to use and, in some cases, licensed for adaption.





Guide Licensing

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University of Nevada, Reno Scholarly Communication and Open Access Guide by Teresa Auch Schultz is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.