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Resources for Learning and Teaching Remotely

This guide lists a few of the electronic resources that are available to help students and faculty in the distance learning environment

Open Access Textbooks

  • Open Textbook Library is a project by the University of Minnesota Center of Education. These textbooks are freely available, reviewed by faculty, and can be reused, adapted, and redistributed. Browse by discipline and subject or search the entire collection.
  • B.C. Open Textbook Collection is a growing selection of open textbooks for a variety of subjects and specialties. Discover open textbooks that have been reviewed by faculty, meet our accessibility requirements, and/or include ancillary materials (quizzes, videos, etc.).
  • OpenStax is a leading research university, Rice University, generates innovative research, excellent teaching, and creative contributions with an expanding collection of e-textbooks.
  • SUNY Open Textbooks-is an open textbook publishing initiative established by State University of New York libraries and supported by SUNY Innovative Instruction Technology Grants and SUNY Geneseo.
  • OpenEd CUNY is a curated digital library of open educational resources, from CUNY educators. An initial search can be narrowed down to openly accessible Textbooks.
  • M.O.M is a metadata finder that searches across 21 OER resources with an emphasis on OA textbooks.