Faculty looking to explore the wide range of Open Educational Resources may find the following OER collections helpful:
- Openly Available Sources Integrated Search (OASIS), developed by SUNY Geneseo searches materials across 100+ OER sites
- OER Commons global OER initiative searches 50,000+ curated, high-quality OERs
- OpenStax. a part of Rice University, publishes high-quality, peer-reviewed, OER textbooks for most lower-division course areas.
- Lumen Learning offers easily adaptable OER course materials for 50+ courses.
Below are also two Tennessee-specific OER resources:
- Affordable Learning Tennessee, developed as a result of a spring 2020 One UT Collaboration and Innovation Grant.
- TN Open Education OER Commons Hub provides a place for faculty across the state to build and share resources.
Have questions? Visit the UT Libraries Open Education Portal or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submissions from 2021
Modeling an Ironman Race (High School), Cameron Cook, Gregory J. Wiggins, and Suzanne Lenhart
Running the Same Pace During a Marathon (High School), Cameron Cook, Gregory J. Wiggins, and Suzanne Lenhart
Future Energy: Opportunities & Challenges, Thomas W. Kerlin
“Leveling Up” In Your Favorite Video Game Math Modeling Activity (Middle School), Virginia Parkman, Cameron Cook, Gregory J. Wiggins, and Suzanne Lenhart
3-D Printing Models of Cell Organelles and Flowers (Lower and Upper Primary, Middle School), Kelly Sturner and Suzanne Lenhart
All About Cod (Grade 2/Lower Primary), Kelly Sturner, Suzanne Lenhart, and Virginia Parkman
All About Cod (Grades 3-5/Upper Primary), Kelly Sturner, Suzanne Lenhart, and Virginia Parkman
Fungus Among Us! (Preschool, Lower and Upper Primary), Kelly Sturner, Suzanne Lenhart, and Courtney Patterson
Regression: Tree Rings and Measuring Things (High School), Gregory J. Wiggins and Suzanne Lenhart