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Open Educational Resources (OER) at Wright

What if I want to make my own OER?

Can I create my own OER?

Yes! The OER movement depends on those who not only want to adopt open content, but those who can create it. There are many useful websites that can help you get started making your own open textbooks or other learning objects. Take a look at the links on this page to find out more.

 

 

 

"Free the Textbook" CC-BY opensource.org

Resources for OER Authors/Creators