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Shared Knowledge

When educators pool their expertise to create a culture of shared knowledge, everyone benefits.  Use of free and open educational resources (OER) can lower educational costs for students.  Become involved with the OER movement so that doors to higher education stay open to all.  The Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources (CCCOER) is a joint effort by the Open Courseware Consortium, OER Center for California, League for Innovation in the Community College, and many community colleges and university partners to develop and use open educational resources,  open textbooks, and open courseware to expand access to higher education.

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Open and Free Educational Webinars

January 31, 2012       Open Online Math Homework Systems

February 28, 2012     Writing Commons English Composition

March 27, 2012         Fostering OER-Friendly Policies on Your Campus

May 1, 2012              Finding and Selecting High Quality OER

May 22, 2012            Public Speaking with the Open Course Library Developers

June 12, 2012           Faculty Perceptions and Pedagogical Considerations for OER

Community Colleges That Promote OER

Many colleges promote the use of OER on their campuses by providing information and/or networking on their websites.  Take a look at oulist of these colleges

Get Involved!

Community colleges are invited to join the Community College Consortium at the Open Courseware Consortium.  You may also join our advisory group and hear about upcoming events and participate in planning for promotion of open policy at community colleges.

Support

Generous support provided by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

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