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80 Open Education Resource (OER) Tools for Publishing and Development Initiatives
List of tools for development, publication, and/or collaboration in the creation of open educational resources
Affordable Learning Georgia - Customizing and Authoring Content
Tips for authoring or customizing OER content. Focused on University of Southern Georgia, but applicable for any higher education environment
Authoring Accessible OER
Includes links and descriptions for both free and commercial online authoring tools, with a focus on accessibility. Free tools include FLOE, Pachyderm, MERLOT Content Builder, Connexions Authoring, and Open Author. Commercial tools include SoftChalk and the Soomo Learning Environment
Creating OER: the WHO and the HOW
In this SoftChalk webinar, various OER development models and authoring tools are discussed.
Modifying an Open Textbook: What You Need to Know
This guide contains step-by-step instructions for importing and editing common open textbook file and platform types.
OER Commons Open Author
This website by OER Commons provides a platform on which educators can create or remix open educational resources.
This blended content learning platform provides tools and content so that educators may create unique, engaging learning experiences.
Putting a CC License on Your Work
This page from the University of Hawaii (UH) OER Training Workbook shows the OER creator how to license a work with a Creative Commons license.
The Rebus Guide to Publishing Open Textbooks (So Far)
As the name implies, this guide is under continual modification and is, according to the website, "...a living repository of collective knowledge, written to equip all those who want to publish open textbooks with the resources they need."
SUNY Empire State College - Open Educational Resources: OER Authoring Tools
An especially useful feature is the OER Authoring Tools tab located near the top of this LibGuide. It contains links for creating text, image, or audio open educational resources.
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