The Dulaney-Browne Library partners with OCU faculty to provide course reserve materials to students.
Reserve materials are items professors place in the library for students to checkout for class assignments.
Most course reserve materials are located at the first floor circulation desk, but some Leichter Listening Library materials may be placed on reserve at the Listening Library desk.
Faculty should complete and return the Course Reserve Form to place items on reserve. Include a comment if you wish for items to be placed in the Leicther Listening Library.
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Open educational resources (OER) are materials available freely and openly that may be used and adapted by educators and students for teaching, learning, and research. Most often these materials are digital resources, either in the public domain or with licensing that permits cost-free access, use, adaptation, and redistribution with few or no restrictions on such reuse. They may range in nature from individual documents to tests, streaming videos, modules, textbooks, software, full course materials, and so on.
Many OER materials are licensed under Creative Commons agreements, which are less restrictive than traditional copyright. See the Copyright and Creative Commons Licensing tab in this guide for more information on CC licenses.
For more information on OER, check out the Open Educational Resources guide.