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AS A STUDENT, WHAT DOES OPEN EDUCATION, OPEN ACCESS, OR OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES MEAN?

"Open educational resources are materials for teaching or learning that are either in the public domain or have been released under a license that allows them to be freely used, changed, or shared with others. OER may include everything from a single video or lesson plan to a complete online course or curriculum and also include the software platforms needed to create, change, and share the materials" (EdWeek -Sarah Sparks, 2017).

For students, this means getting through UNF with as minimal cost for books and resources while having your professors make your courses more current, up-to-date, and polished.

OE WEEK RESOURCES

OER Free Online Books and Magazines

To celebrate OE Week, this online book display includes a variety of Open Access (OA) and Open Educational (OE) materials for study/pleasure are free and available to anyone. This guide points you to not only repositories for OER textbooks, but also popular OA E-Books. Subcategories of OA E-Books for you to explore are Biographies, Fantasy, Historical Fiction, Mystery/Thriller, Non-Fiction, and Science Fiction. Additional Information points you to E-books in the UNF Library about the OER movement. Don't forget to check out the OER Magazines too!

Streaming Music

Exploring free streaming music is a great way to wind down after a long day of studying. The OER free streaming music resources are a perfect distraction for your next study break/brain break!

Textbooks

Peruse the list of online repositories for OE textbook repositories, hundreds of free resources, and other materials.

Additional Information

Additional Information provides you access to a select list of UNF Library E-books about the OER movement. For those who want to learn more about the movement, an OE documentary is included from the UNF Database, Kanopy.

 

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