We recommend starting at the Open Oregon Educational Resources FAQ, which has content created by Librarians across the state.
Additionally, the Lane Library OER Guide provides resources and support for instructors interested in exploring OER, including guidance on getting started, where to look for existing materials, copyright, and creating OER.
Press Coverage, Presentations, Articles and Reports
"Group at LCC searches for ways to ease burden of textbook costs" - 1/25/2018 by Justina Coelho at KMTR Eugene.
"Growing Pains Begin to Emerge in Open-Textbook Movement" - 4/9/17 by Ben Gose in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
"Lane CC's Award-Winning Faculty Development Program for OER Adoption: A Q&A with Jen Klaudinyi" - 12/04/13 by Mary Grush in Campus Technology.
"Ditching Textbooks: The OER Faculty Fellowship at Lane Community College" - Winter 2013; Presentation given by Jen Klaudinyi at Online Northwest
CCCOER Interviews with Community College Leaders - Fall 2012; Interview with Jen Klaudinyi about the OER Faculty Fellowship
OER and Lane - Spring 2010; Presentation given by James Manning and Jeremy Riel; An overview of the history, research, and adoption of open educational resources (OERs) at Lane Community College.
"The Promise of Open Education" - Lane OER Team Report, Spring 2010
OER classes@Lane in Moodle; these courses can be copied, reused and edited.