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This guide is an effort to increase awareness and adoption of OER materials in alignment with CA AB 798 (2015).   For further information about this effort, please contact: Sarah Bosler, your Academic Senate appointed, OER Liaison.  

About this Guide

This guide will familiarize faculty members with OER and the growing movement within higher education. Faculty can also use this guide to identify high-quality OER for their courses.

Other Related Guidance

  • AB 798 California College Textbook Affordability Act (2015)
  • SB 1053 Public postsecondary education: California Digital Open Source Library (2013)
  • SB 1359 Public postsecondary education: course materials (2018)
  • BP 4030 Academic Freedom
  • AP 4080 Course Materials and Selection Approval Process (Section 4)
  • BP 4080 Instructional Materials and Textbook Adoption and Procurement
  • 2019 Program and Course Approval Handbook (Chancellor's Office) (pg.50)

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Thanks to Pasadena City College
for granting permission to adapt their 
OER guide

OER Fall 2021

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