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Tech Tip: OER with Google Advanced Search

by Luann Edwards on 2020-04-07T16:23:10-04:00 | Comments

Welcome to another #TechTip Tuesday!

OER (Open Educational Resources) is a common theme in higher education as we continuously try to offset the cost of textbooks for students.

Google Advanced Search can help faculty locate OER materials through the "Usage rights" dropdown box on the search screen. You can filter your results for items available for free, free commercially, and various other options. 

You can learn more about OER on our Open Resources guide

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