Welcome to the Cornette Library Low-Cost, No-Cost, and Open Educational Resources (OER) guide. The purpose of this guide is to aide in understanding, finding, and creating Low-Cost, No-Cost, and Open Educational Resources.
Resources listed in this guide have shown to have a strong collection of OER materials, noticeable licensing information, or might be helpful to those seeking Low-Cost and No-Cost options. Please ensure that you check the licensing information on any content before redistributing it.
The Library has not evaluated these resources for content nor accessibility. Use your professional and subject expertise in evaluating and using these resources.
The guide will be updated periodically based on newly found resources and faculty feedback.
If you would like to schedule an appointment with a librarian to talk more about Open Educational Resources, please fill out the OER Consultation form. To begin the process, click on the "OER Consultation Form" button below.
Call for Nominations: We are currently seeking our very first Affordable Learning Champions. If you or someone you know has been making acts of Textbook Afforabililty, please fill out the Nomination form.