OER Grant Program @ UNM

APPLY HERE for the Open Textbook Pilot Program

Application Form

The application form for this program will be accessible only to UNM employees. 

  • To apply check back in mid-summer for a link to the Open Textbook Pilot Grant Application.
  • Before you submit your documents, consider meeting with the OER Librarian for a consultation or attend an informational session. 

You can also receive program updates by sharing your email address and joining our mailing list. We'll keep you informed of OER initiatives and events at UNM!

Where to Find OERs

There are a multitude of OER out there to choose from, including textbooks, courses, multimedia, data, and supplementary materials. These can be found by searching regular search engines (like Google) and using certain keywords, but it is much easier to find them through dedicated OER repositories or websites. Down below, you will find links to different repositories and databases that house Open Ed materials.

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               Image by Manfred Steger from Pixabay

 

The materials contained in the "Where to Find OER Material" tab are adapted in part from Adoption Guide - 2nd Edition by BCcampus and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License

OER Resources

Down below you will find OER repositories and curated lists. You can find a more complete listing of OER resources on the OER Primer Libguide.

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OER Commons is a public digital library of open educational resources. Explore, create, and collaborate with educators around the world to improve curriculum.

UNESCO believes education is of global concern. In 2019, UNESCO adopted the Recommendation of OER, supporting universal access to education. Visit their page, to discover OER in action.

Repositories and Curated Lists

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OER Grant Program @ UNM by Jennifer Jordan is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.