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Faculty Guide to Open Educational Resources (OER)

Students as OER Adapters

Students adapt an existing open textbook to create a new version tailored for instructional designers.

Students as Textbook Contributors

A professor collaborates with students in an American literature survey course to create an open anthology of public domain literature to replace a commercial text.

Students as Question Bank Authors

Students adapt an existing open textbook to create a new version tailored for instructional designers.

Learn More!

In June 2017, Dr. David Wiley spoke to the UTA community about the influence of "open" on pedagogy. A recap of the presentation is also available.

Students as Community Partners

Students in a service-learning course design an interactive game for their community partner, the university library, to integrate into the library's information literacy program.

Creative Commons BY-NC License 

This Open Pedagogy page adapted from the University of Texas Arlington, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.