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Teaching and Learning Resources

Resources for Castleton University faculty to learn more about teaching strategies and best practices in higher education

 

What are Open Educational Resources (OER)?

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation defines OER as "educational materials made freely and legally available on the Internet for anyone to reuse, revise, remix and redistribute." 

 

Open Textbooks and Books

Open Access Textbooks

Open Access Journals

Other Kinds of Open Access Books

OER for Specific Disciplines and Subject Areas

See the tabs in this box to get to instructional materials in specific disciplines or subject areas

Also see:

Full Courses

Open Courseware is available to view and use without enrolling in a course.

Includes syllabi, lectures, exams, assignments, problem sets and more for hundreds of courses.

Not open, but free for most Vermonters (and others)

Video Content

Also see the OER repositories (top left box of this page) where you can search for video content too