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UTSA Libraries: Supporting Open Authorship
Looking for help with authoring your own open textbook or editing an existing open textbook? Look no further!
The UTSA Libraries is your one-stop shop for resources supporting OER creation. On this page, we've compiled, learning modules, resources for identifying existing OER, grant opportunities, and more.
Questions? Please reach out to DeeAnn Ivie, OER Coordinator.
- UTSA PressbooksCreate and publish Creative Commons-licensed open educational resources using UTSA Libraries' institutional Pressbooks subscription.
Open educational resources (OER) are freely accessible online teaching and learning materials. They can be videos, textbooks, quizzes, learning modules and more. Using OER in your classroom can save you time and your students money.
"Infographic: Impact of Student Textbook Costs on Student Progress” by Florida Virtual Campus Office of Distance Learning & Student Services, 2018 is licensed under CC BY 4.0
- Texas Learn OER Module 3: Why OER?Module 3 of the Texas Learn OER course through Digitex. Course outcomes: articulate motivations for OER adoptions and use; describe the benefits of OER for students; describe the benefits of OER for faculty; explore further benefits that OER supports, such as equity and inclusion/