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Open Educational Resources: Creating and Editing OERs

An Easy Way to Begin

Many faculty begin creating an OER by locating an OER textbook for their class, then copy and pasting the Table of Contents and the chapters to rearrange to match their course outlines. Then they delete chapters they do not want and create new material for chapters they wish to add.

Making Accessibility a Priority

In this section, you'll find a list of readings and resources to explain the importance of creating or using OERs that meet the accessibility needs of students.

Tools For Creating and Modifying Your Own OER