How to Open Pedagogy (SlideShare) - Erin DeRosa
OER Accessibility Toolkit - University of British Columbia
A 35-minute podcast, an interview with educator, John Stewart, discussing how he uses OER in his teaching. There are also links to the resources mentioned in the podcast.
Slides from OER scholar/educator's keynote entitled, "OpenOregon: Tools & Techniques for Transforming Teaching." Here is a visual and conceptual presentation on why and how OER in your teaching.
In this short video, faculty members discuss their experiences using open texts in their classes.
OER are meant to provide greater access to quality educational materials for all students, which includes students with disabilities. This toolkit walks OER creators through how to prepare your open content to serve this equity purpose.
The best way to starting using OER is to browsing sites looking for material to locate what is out there and also to develop skill accessing and using platforms.
Provides searchable open lectures, activities, lessons, and texts by level and subject. Account is free.
Peer-reviewed open access textbooks by discipline. Account is free.
Pages of open textbooks sorted by discipline.
Thousands of open access movies, ebooks, audiobooks, courses and audio files. from major scholars and artists. No account necessary.
This non-profit organization creates visually-appealing videos on compelling questions, topics and concepts usable for teaching and learning across disciplines.
Promoted by the Department if Education, Office of Educational Technology, this searchable database is "an open database where content creators and educators can share information about digital educational resources." No account necessary.
Tens of thousands of materials and textbooks that can be adapted to other classroom content.
A curated list of OER sites with brief descriptions of each. A good place to start if you want to browse sites (in addition to those above) to find one(s) that suits your needs.