There is so much out there, having some expert guidance on where to look is much appreciated! Yay, librarians!
[sent via Boyoung Chae from the SBCTC]
Just wanted to share a great OER resource. Margaret Mickibben, a librarian at North Seattle College has recently created an excellent search guide for quality OER.
It doesn’t simply list a bunch of OER sites – it describes and rates them for size, ease of searching and quality controls. It also sorts OERs by subject areas and format of materials offered: textbooks, simulations, lectures, images, articles, or complete courses. It stands out from the usual run of OER lists in that it aims to be selective and judgmental, in the spirit of Consumer Reports.