OER: Open Educational Resources

Use this guide to explore and research open educational resources.

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How Librarians Can Help

Librarians, especially the Instruction Team or your subject liaison can help:

  • Locate an open textbook
  • Locate Creative Commons or public domain images, multimedia, learning objects, assessments, etc.
  • Determine the license or copyright status of a resource you would like to use
  • Properly attribute open educational resources
  • Adopt and adapt (edit) open educational resources


The Thomas G. Carpenter Library, the Office of Faculty Enhancement (OFE), and the Center for Instruction Research & Technology (CIRT) have partnered to collaborate and support students, faculty, and the institutional community in using Open Educational Resources (OER) in their courses. 

Librarians and OER

In collaboration with professors, instructional designers, and librarians, OER resources can be identified, designed, and incorporated into courses. The support provided by designated librarians and CIRT, can work to develop with professors to help provide support.


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Online Learning Librarian

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Dan Feinberg
Dan E. Feinberg
Online Learning Librarian
UNF Thomas G. Carpenter Library
Office: 2513
Subjects: General Research
Tags: oer, open access, open textbooks