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Open Education Resources (OER)


Remix an OER

Remixing an OER offers multiple benefits to instructors, such as flexibility in format and the option to adapting an OER to your teaching context and education needs. 

Remixing an OER includes: reordering content, combining content with other materials, editing an OER, etc. 

Resources: How to Remix an OER

Tools for Editing, Adapting, and Creating

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Credit a CC-Licensed Work

You can use materials licensed under Creative Commons as long as you follow the conditions of the license. For example, all CC-licensed works include attribution, or citing the original creator(s). Below is an example of citing a resource that includes a CC-BY license: 

"Card of Spring" by @sage_solar is licensed under CC BY 2.0.

There may be situations in which you are using more than one CC-licensed resource or are modifying the content. For more information, visit the Best Practices for Attribution Page on the Creative Commons Wiki

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