SUNY OER Services

In response to the growing impact of Open Educational Resources (OER) adoption across SUNY, the Open SUNY Textbook (OST) project, originally launched from SUNY IITG, is offering services to support wide faculty adoption of OER that can be effectively sustained, improved and shared, as well as delivered to students to give them the day-one access to course materials they need for academic success. Our OER services will continue to include supporting the development of new, original low-cost learning materials for SUNY students, using a financial model that any SUNY campus can easily join. These new and continuing services provide faculty with a common platform to remix, revise, reuse, redistribute, and retain openly-licensed content from any source, including their own original works.
SUNY OER Services is a scaled-up, networked, and sustainable approach to digital learning and publishing within the SUNY system, using curated OER content, faculty course supports, and instructional technology development and design.

Faculty Engagement

Enabling easy integration of open materials into the classroom

Campus Engagement

Working closely with local stakeholders to ensure essential support for faculty and students

Membership Community

Growing a community of practice around the discovery, use, and creation of OER in SUNY

OER Development

Encouraging the creation and development of new learning materials and digital scholarship

 

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