Happy #OEWeek everyone! I was watching Twitter and appreciating all the great stuff coming out of #OERizona20 today, and I saw this gem of an OER Toolkit. It was created by Cheryl Cuillier, Associate Librarian at The University of Arizona Libraries as a shared google document, with the CC BY license.

I thought something this useful and outstanding should live on the open web, too. And I have a much-neglected website. So please find it below, and please join me in thanking Cheryl for this outstanding resource!

OER Toolkit

 “OER Toolkit” by Cheryl Cuillier is under a CC BY 4.0 International license.
This isn’t a complete list, but it should help you start or expand OER usage!
URLs are working as of Feb. 27, 2020. 

 About OER

OER training resources

OER training for library employees

Textbook affordability

Finding OER

Search tools


Repositories and referatories

For higher education

For vocational training

For primary & secondary schools

For all ages

Other OER content


Open pedagogy

Creative Commons 

Advocacy


Measuring impact


Research


Marketing

Creative Commons-licensed slide decks

  • Nicole Allen, Director of Open Education for SPARC, shares slides from her many presentations and trainings (look in the SlideShare comments for the direct URL to an individual presentation), https://www.slideshare.net/txtbks 
  • Cheryl Cuillier, Open Education Librarian at the University of Arizona, shares CC BY-licensed slide decks and handouts, https://new.library.arizona.edu/instructors/oer/benefits (scroll down to the bottom of the page to “OER handouts and PowerPoint slides”)

OER publishing

OER customization

Accessibility

Resources for marking free/low-cost course materials in registration system

Tools used for open pedagogy and OER publishing

Networks

OER conferences/summits