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Open Educational Resources in Connecticut


What are OER?

An Open Educational Resource (OER) is a "teaching, learning, or research resource that is offered freely to users in at least one form and that either resides in the public domain or has been released under an open copyright license that allows for its free use, reuse, modification, and sharing with attribution."  OER is often available in digital media collections from around the world, including full courses, lectures, quizzes, classroom activities, pedagogical materials and many other assets.


Statewide OER Council

Effective July 1, 2019, Public Act Number 19-117 established the Open Educational Resources Council.  This statewide body is charged to develop a plan for resources to benefit college students throughout Connecticut.


To learn more, please visit the Connecticut Open Educational Resources Coordinating council website.




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