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Open Educational Resources: Welcome

Educational materials made freely and legally available on the Internet for anyone to reuse, revise, remix and redistribute.

OER @ NMC

Subjects


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These subject guides will help reduce time spent looking for subject specific OER materials.  
For a list of inclusive OER collection, look on our Finding OER page.

Questions?

Content, copyright, and searching:
Contact Tina Ulrich at tulrich@nmc.edu and/or your liaison librarian

Course design and Moodle:
Contact Mark DeLonge
mdelonge@nmc.edu

Accessibility:
Contact Sherry Trier
strier@nmc.edu

Save the Date!

The Broken Textbook Market

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Textbook Owl.  Corrina Ulrich. CC BY.

LAND Conference Lightning Talk, 2017

Faculty Authors


"WritingMeeting Batali" by Js1182 is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0

Who is best suited to control textbooks: the faculty or the publishers? There are ways to make sure it is the faculty. 

Open Textbook Publishing 

 "To avoid being repositioned as technicians working on the clock for global publishing companies, faculty members may want to give more thought to their potential as authors and publishers."  - Joe Moxley, editor of Writing Commons, an open, collaborative composition textbook


Northwestern Michigan College (NMC) Library Research Guide on Open Educational Resources (OER) by NMC Librarians is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.