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While there are plenty of OER materials to be found online, it can be overwhelming to wade through them all to find just what you're looking for. Here are some search tips and recommended sources to get you started.
An initiative of the University System of Georgia, Affordable Learning Georgia supports the use of free and customizable open educational resources and textbooks. Visit their site for a wealth of information about finding, creating, and implementing OERs.
Affordable Learning Georgia's Finding OER Tutorial
Affordable Learning Georgia offers this two-part tutorial on finding OERs. Begin here and work your way through the first seven modules. A link to the second half of the tutorial is at the bottom of the page.
Merlot (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching) is a large online repository of OER material, known for a thorough peer review process, though all resources on the site are reviewed.
Free and low-cost textbooks and ancillary materials, with some courseware available as well. Usage is as simple as selecting material for your class and then letting the organization know you will be using it.