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Open Educational Resources (OER)

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Open textbooks are FREE, ONLINE, and intentionally licensed and shared for REUSE. Many open textbooks are published under a Creative Commons license and available online; some are downloadable in a variety of formats. Most can be printed at low-cost. Faculty can modify open textbooks to meet their needs. Contact Rod Library's Digital Scholarship Unit if you need assistance modifying open textbooks and understanding what open textbook licenses allow.

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Searches 20+ repositories, including MERLOT, OER Commons, Project Gutenberg, American Memory Project (Library of Congress), New York Public Library Digital Collections, etc. Includes visual search results option.

Open Textbooks at UNI

Rod Library's Affordable Textbook Initiative has saved UNI students ​up to $400,000 per year due to open textbook adoptions.

Open Textbooks at UNI