Faculty looking to explore the wide range of Open Educational Resources may find the following OER collections helpful:
- Open Textbook Library, a large list of openly-licensed textbooks compiled by the University of Minnesota's Center for Open Education
- 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
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 email@example.com.
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
“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