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Open Educational Resources

OpenStax

OpenStax logo The words "OpenStax" appear in dark gray print against a white background. A series of horizontal lines (green, orange, gray, yellow, dark blue) are used to represent stacked textbooks.

An open textbook project developed at Rice University, OpenStax offers open introductory textbooks that can be accessed in different formats. Books are also available in print, for a fee. All OpenStax texts have a CC-BY license, which allows users to remix and redistribute the work, so long as the original work is credited. 

Open Textbook Library

Open Textbook Library logo. "Open Textbook Library" appears in black font on a white background. An icon in the shape of a diamond, with pink, orange, marigold and purple sides, appears to the left of the words.

The Open Textbook Library at the University of Minnesota hosts nearly 700 open textbooks in a range of disciplines, which can be downloaded in multiple formats. Pay attention to the Creative Commons license of any book you may want to use, as remixes may not be a permitted use. 

BC Campus Open Ed

Image of the BC Campus OpenEd logo. "BC" appears in electric blue font, while "Campus" and "OpenEd" appear in black font, all against a white background.

BC Campus OpenEd offers more than 300 open textbooks. You can search or browse for titles in your discipline. The Creative Commons license differs for each title, so pay attention to what uses are permitted by the license. 

Saylor Academy Books

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A collection of open textbooks used in Saylor Academy's courses. Many disciplines are represented, with a particular focus on business and STEM titles.