This guide provides open education resources (OERs) you can integrate into your teaching. OERs are in the public domain or are published with a creative commons (CC) license which means you can use these in your classes without worrying about copyright violation. Keep in mind that there are difference CC licenses, and those licenses have different stipulations as to how things may be used and how they must be attributed.
The OER Starter Kit Workbook is a great resources to learn more about finding and creating OERs.
To learn more about copyright and CC licenses, visit our copyright guide.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.
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