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Title: Now is the Time for Open Educational Resources : A Guide to OER by Subjects Taught at Ryerson University
Authors: Dermody, Kelly
Ludbrook, Ann
Savicevic, Nada
Steinberg, Reece
Wilson, Sally
Keywords: Open learning
Distance education
Issue Date: 24-Jun-2020
Publisher: Toronto Metropolitan University
Abstract: Welcome to Ryerson University’s Now is the Time for Open Educational Resources. This resource lists a broad range of open educational resources (OER), primarily open textbooks, organized by academic programs taught at Ryerson University. OER are teaching, learning, and research resources that, through permissions granted by the copyright holder, allow others to use, distribute, keep, or make changes to them.This guide was inspired by McMaster University’s OER by Discipline guide and by BCcampus’s OER by Discipline Directory. We are grateful to them for providing us with such wonderful examples to work from.
The version of the guide presented here was developed to highlight quality open textbooks and organize them so that Ryerson faculty can easily locate resources in their disciplines or subject areas. Although this is a good start, we are far from having a complete list and will be regularly updating this resource as we find additional, suitable materials to include. As this guide evolves, other OER — case studies, courses, games, simulations, videos, and more — may also be evaluated and added. To locate materials, users may browse the contents or use the search box located in the top-right of each page in the online version to locate a specific subject.
Other Identifiers: 0f771345-4f55-4275-838c-a875a0fd42a9
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