The following is a curated list of OER materials available in your particular subject area. The items you see here are generally welldeveloped, effectively structured, and are used and recommended by faculty in the SUNY system.
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SOS offers several template courses through Lumen that can serve as starting points for your own development. You can mix, match, and adapt anything from the courses below quite easily.
Lumen’s math courses use MOM, an online homework system that provides algorithmicallygenerated problems and immediate feedback to help students practice and master math concepts.
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The Algebra courses in this list have texts that are easily edited.
Editable Text  Resources Included  Description 
Elementary / Beginning Algebra – Lumen Learning – Pressbooks  Intext video support,autograded Pretests, problems sets, and Quizzes for each module  
Beginning and Intermediate Algebra – Tyler Wallace – Texmacs  Student solutions , Full course in MOM, video supplements, online homework  
Intermediate Algebra – Lumen Learning – Pressbooks  Intext video support,autograded Pretests, problems sets, and Quizzes for each module 
The Algebra courses in this list are based on a text that is a pdf, and is therefore not easy to edit.
Pdf Text  Resources Included  Description 
Arithmetic – NROC/ Lippman  Full course in MOM, InClass worksheets, online homework, video support. HW assignments available upon course copy.  This course is an arithmetic course intended for college students, covering whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, ratios and proportions, geometry, measurement, statistics, and integers using an integrated geometry and statistics approach. The course uses the late integers (negative numbers) model—integers are only introduced at the end of the course. 
Beginning Algebra – Scottsdale NO TEXT  Workbook, Full MOM course, video support, online homework  
Beginning and Intermediate Algebra – Tyler Wallace  Student solutions , Full course in MOM, video supplements, online homework  This course is a Lumen Learning Open Course Framework , based on Tyler Wallace’s courses created for the Open Course Library project. The original, modularstructured course is also available. This remix has been restructured to align more directly with the text, and may be a better choice for facetoface courses. Details of the intended use can be found in the sample syllabus. 
Intermediate Algebra – CK12 Scottsdale  Full course in MOM, video supplements, inclass worksheets,online homework  CCBYNCSA 
If you don’t find what you are looking for in the lists above, here are some more trusted resources for Algebra OER:
Developmental Math an Open Program from NROC
Content to avoid:
College of the Redwoods has a really nice Algebra text, but the license on it is fairly restrictive, so it is best to avoid it.
SOS offers several template courses through Lumen that can serve as starting points for your own development. You can mix, match, and adapt anything from the courses below quite easily.
When you click the link for full MOM courses, please use guest as the username, no password is required.
Text  Resources  Description 
Lippman Math in Society – .doc, .pdf, purchase  Full course in MOM, online homework, written assignments, video support  Topics covered in the course include problem solving, voting theory, graph theory, growth models, finance, data collection and description, and probability. 
Lumen Learning – Pressbooks – developed for delivery in your LMS  Discussions, video support  Topics covered in the course include problem solving, voting theory, graph theory, growth models, finance, data collection and description, and probability. 
Original Quantway  Student Lessons, Instructor Lessons, course in MOM under dev. available upon request 
If you don’t find what you are looking for in the lists above, here are some more trusted resources for Quantitative Reasoning OER:
Secrets of Mathematics – Podcasts from University of Oxford
Lit2Go – essays, books, history of mathematical thinking
Content to avoid:
Quantway is now only available behind a paywall, but the original material is still licensed CCBY
Text  Resources  Description 
Lumen Learning – OpenStax, easily editable  Online homework sets.  Topics covered include, classification of data, graphing data, common distributions used in statistical analysis, independence testing and ANOVA. 
OpenStax, not easily editable  Full MOM course, simulations, video support, online homework, discussion boards  This course presents elementary statistical methods and concepts including descriptive statistics, estimation, hypothesis testing, linear regression and categorical data analysis. 
If you don’t find what you are looking for in the lists above, here are some more trusted resources for Statistics OER:
SOS offers several template courses through Lumen that can serve as starting points for your own development. You can mix, match, and adapt anything from the courses below quite easily.
When you click the link for full MOM courses, please use guest as the username, no password is required.
These texts are easily editable.
Text  Resources  Description 
Precalculus One – Lumen Learning/ OpenStax  intext video support  OpenStax Precalc, cut down to a one semester length text. CCBY 
Precalculus Two Lumen Learning/ OpenStax  intext video support  OpenStax Precalc, cut down to a one semester length text. CCBY 
Precalculus – Lippman/ Rasmussen  Full MOM course, video support, online homework  Precalculus 1 covers families of functions, their properties, graphs and applications. These functions include: polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic functions and combinations of these. We will solve related equations and inequalities and conduct data analysis, introductory mathematical modeling and develop competency with a graphing calculator. CCBY 
These texts are not as easy to edit.
Text  Resources  Description 
Precalculus – StitzZeager  Full MOM course (called College Algebra, can be adapted), online homework, video support  This course is based on College Algebra, by Carl Stitz and Jeff Zeager. Linear, Polynomial, Rational, Exponential, and Logarithmic functions are defined and studied through the rule of 4: graphs, tables, equations and words. Additionally, conic sections, matrices, and an introduction to sequences and series are available. CCBYNCSA 
If you don’t find what you are looking for in the lists above, here are some more trusted resources for Precalculus OER:
Precalculus – University of Washington
SOS offers several template courses through Lumen that can serve as starting points for your own development. You can mix, match, and adapt anything from the courses below quite easily.
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These texts are easily editable.
Text  Resources  Description 
College Algebra– Lumen Learning/ OpenStax  intext video support  This editable text is sourced from OpenStax College Algebra by Jay Abramson, et al. Topics covered include a study of a wide range of equations, and algebraic operations used to solve them. The idea of a function, and a toolkit of functions is introduced. Graphs of functions and transformations are also covered. The study of quadratic functions includes treatment of complex solutions, and the algebra of complex numbers. Thorough coverage of systems of equations includes methods for solving systems with two and three variables. Conic sections, sequences and series and topics in probability finish out the text. CCBY 
These texts are not as easy to edit.
Text  Resources  Description 
Precalculus – StitzZeager  Full MOM course (called College Algebra, can be adapted), online homework, video support  This course is based on College Algebra, by Carl Stitz and Jeff Zeager. Linear, Polynomial, Rational, Exponential, and Logarithmic functions are defined and studied through the rule of 4: graphs, tables, equations and words. Additionally, conic sections, matrices, and an introduction to sequences and series are available. CCBYNCSA 
Lippman/Rasmussen full MOM course can be adapted for College Algebra but does not include sets of real numbers, systems of equations, conic sections, sequences, or limits.
If you don’t find what you are looking for in the lists above, here are some more trusted resources for College Algebra OER:
Precalculus – University of Washington
SOS offers several template courses through Lumen that can serve as starting points for your own development. You can mix, match, and adapt anything from the courses below quite easily.
When you click the link for full MOM courses, please use guest as the username, no password is required.
Text  Resources  Description 
Lippman Rasmussen – editable  Full MOM Course  Trigonometry instructs students in trigonometric functions, their inverses, properties, graphs and applications. Course content includes trigonometric equations and identities, the laws of sines and cosines, polar coordinates and graphs, parametric equations and elementary vector operations. CCBY 
Lumen/OpenStax – editable  intext videos  Welcome to Precalculus II, a derivative work of Jay Abramson’s Precalculus available from OpenStax. This text includes topics in trigonometry, vectors, systems of linear equations, conic sections, sequences and series and a light introduction to limits and derivatives. CCBY 
Here is an additional resource:
Text  Resources  Description 
Finite Math – Lumen Learning  
Business Precalculus – Lippman 
Text  Resources  Description 
Business Calculus – Calaway/Hoffman/ Lippman  Full MOM course, handouts and other course resources, video support, online homework 

Although these resources weren’t created with Business in the forefront, they have been used and adapted by others as Business Stats. course materials.
Text  Resources  Description 
Lumen Learning – OpenStax, easily editable  MOM question sets  Topics covered include, classification of data, graphing data, common distributions used in statistical analysis, independence testing and ANOVA. 
OpenStax, not easily editable  Full MOM course, simulations, video support, online homework, discussion boards  This work by Matthew Watts is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. It includes parts of Introductory Statistics by Susan Dean and Barbara Illowsky and produced by OpenStax College and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. It also includes videos attributed to Susan Dean and Barbara Illowsky and OpenStaxCNX and licensed under a Creative Commons 2.0 License 
Here are some additional resources for Business Stats:
Text  Resources  Description 
Applied Calculus – Calway/ Hoffman
 Full MOM course, online homework,  An openly licensed applied calculus textbook, covering derivatives, integrals, and an intro to multivariable calculus. This book is heavily remixed from Dale Hoffman’s Contemporary Calculus textbook, and retains the same conceptual focus from that text. License: Creative Commons Attribution. This license is considered to be some to be the most open license since it is the least restrictive. It allows reuse, remixing, and distribution (including commercial), only requiring attribution. The content can be remixed into content of other license, but on the other hand it allows the remix to be put under a more restrictive license. Formats:

Contemporary Calculus – Hoffman  Full MOM course, online homework, forums, video support  Many of these materials were developed for the Open Course Library Project of the Washington State Colleges as part of a Gates Foundation grant. The goal of this project was to create materials that would be FREE (on the web) to anyone who wanted to use or modify them (and not have to pay $200 for a calculus book). They have been used by several thousand students. The textbook sections, in color, are available free in pdf format at the bottom of this page. Printed versions, in B&W, are available for Calculus I (chapters 03), II (chapters 48), and III (chapters 911) for about $18 each at Lulu.com. Alternate printed versions reformatted in LaTex are available at CreateSpace.com and Amazon.com or free online at ContemporaryCalculus.com. 
Here are some additional resources for Calculus:
Community Calculus – Single Variable Calculus
University of Wisconsin Undergraduate Calculus
American Institute of Mathematics – Several Approved OER for Calculus