OERs - dev page

Open Education Resources (OERs) 

Using (Adopting)

 

Adapting

One of the key advantages of OERs is that they can be re-mixed to suit your context and needs.

Developing (Authoring)

 

Are you considering developing an Open textbook or OER? We have created a general OER flowchart - to shed a little light on the process.

The Library is working in conjunction with EDC,  external partners such as E-Campus Ontario and the REBUS Foundation,  and with the larger community of practice around development, adaptation and adoption of Open Educational Resources.

Guidelines for OER publishing at Carleton are still being developed - however - as a general principle - inclusion in CU's  OER repository will be limited to materials that have undergone at least one external peer review.

We provide support development of open resources  through consultations and assistance on developing workflows, author/partnership agreements (contributing authors), copyright considerations,  metadata, indexing and exposure.

We are willing to support a number of formats our primary activities for open textbook publishing are around Pressbooks. 

Content last reviewed: March 19, 2020