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History

Guide to primary and secondary sources in the field of history.

What are Open Educational Resources?

Open Educational Resources (OER) are openly licensed, free resources. This means that in addition to being cost-free, the user is free to keep, modify, combine, reuse, and share the resource.

OER can be physical or digital, and can be in any medium (audiovisual, text).

Contact Christina Boyle, OER coordinator, to learn more about implementing OER In your classroom.

Browse the OER guide to find links to OER collections, learn more about OER, see what other departments at CSI are using, and more!