What are people doing with OERs?
Kristen Munger (Associate Dean, School of Education) edited and contributed to a textbook entitled Steps to Success: Crossing the Bridge Between Literacy Research and Practice.
Curriculum & Instruction faculty members Maria Murray and Joanne O'Toole also contributed chapters to Steps to Success: Crossing the Bridge Between Literacy Research and Practice.
Craig Delancey (Chair, Philosophy) wrote a textbook, A Concise Introduction To Logic.
Roger Hinrichs (Emeritus, Physics) is one of the senior contributing authors of the OpenStax textbook College Physics.
Adopting & Adapting OERs
Lisa Langlois (Art History) is using OERs in several of her classes, including ART/WST 110 (cross-listed course), ART 250, ART 251, ART 368, ART 369, ART 371, ART 571, ART 399, ART 499, and HON 201.
If you're doing something with OERs, and would like to be included in this list, please contact Nicole Westerdahl (firstname.lastname@example.org) with information about what you're doing.