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Do I have to share everything I've created for my class in order to qualify for the OER Award Program?

While the college certainly hopes that you will share resources with others, especially other faculty within your department, the program doesn't require you to share the entire content of your course.

If you create or modify an OER textbook, these are usually housed in an online repository like LibreTexts or Canvas Commons, include a Creative Commons License, and can be accessed (and modified depending on the license you choose) by others. However, if you've created custom videos, presentations, written content, assignments, or other material that you don't wish to share, you are still eligible to participate in the OER Award Program.

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These questions and answers were written by Andi Adkins Pogue and are licensed under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.