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Open Educational Resources (OER) & the Affordable Instructional Materials (AIM) Initiative: Home

Learn more about how SUNY Erie is dedicated to helping faculty find, adopt, and adapt free or low-cost course materials to support student success.

"What is OER?" by The Council of Chief State School Officers (Uploaded to YouTube 12/14/2016)

Video: CC BY 4.0  |  Music: The Zeppelin by Blue Dot Sessions: CC BY NC 4.0  |  Support for this work was provided by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

SUNY OER Community Courses

Learn more about OER and become an OER champion!   SUNY OER Community Courses will introduce you to the fundamental principles and effective practices related to Open Educational Resources:

Understanding Open Educational Resources (OER)Identifying, Finding, and Adopting OERCustomizing and Integrating OERCreating, Licensing and Publishing OERSharing and Promoting OER on Your CampusOpen Pedagogy Master Class

AIM Initiative & OER Support Team

Please contact us if you have any questions!

Justin Cronise: College Librarian - OER lead
Pat Ryan: Director, Distance Learning - AIM lead
Dave Usinski: Professor, Mathematics - OER Faculty Champion
call the library: City Library North Library South Library
716.851.1074 716.851.1273 716.851.1772