These are a few examples of Open Educational Resources from across the Digital Commons community. Please see the Teaching Commons for more examples.
Landscape Plants of the Chicago Area, College of DuPage
A series of Plant Profiles from the HORT 2241 Landscape Plants I and HORT 2242 Landscape Plants II Master Plant Lists providing the student with images of selected plants from local sources (primarily) showing typical attributes and identification features necessary for identifying, naming and using plants in the Chicago area.
PDXOpen: Open Access Textbooks, Portland State University
In order to reduce higher education expenses for students and to meet the needs of authors who wish to publish open textbooks, the Library offers support for book publishing. The pilot project, PDXOpen, funded by the Provost’s Challenge reTHINK PSU project, resulted in the publication of five open access textbooks.
Open Education Materials, Grand Valley State University
Textbooks produced at Grand Valley State University.
Textbook Collection, University of South Florida
An invitation for authors to submit to this collection of textbooks.
DRI Practice Projects, Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Teaching videos and materials for negotiation and mediation case law.